A couple of weeks ago I bought an Omega D5 with Super Chromega head and a few accessories (IC Timer, easel, neg carriers and lens boards). I wasn't really looking to buy an enlarger, but there it is. Since I don't have a lot of room for trays, I've bought a Simma roller base that also rocks the tank back and forth, as well as an 8x10 Simma tank (also looking for an 11x14 tank). While I'm waiting for a couple lenses to show up so I can start printing, I have some questions about use and re-use of developer with FB paper. The instructions for the 8x10 tank say to use 45ml of developer for RC colour prints, but I'm thinking that if I use more developer (I'm pretty sure I can use at least 100ml before it spills over the ribs inside the tank), I'll not have any issues with uneven development. Or is that even a concern? The other thing I'm wondering about is, let's say I mix 1 litre of working strength developer, and I use the 100ml (or more) per print as I mentioned above, should I pour the developer back into the working strength jug, or use it one shot and dump it? In this case my concern is if I re-use the developer the prints change as I get deeper into a print session, or are most common developers active enough that as long as I don't exceed it's print capacity I'll be OK? I haven't wet printed in years, and then I always processed the prints in trays. Having to use the tanks I'm more dependant on reliably timing processes so I can get predictable and repeatable results. My plan is to follow the Ilford archival processing procedure. Thanks in advance, and if anyone has tips or tricks outside of my questions to offer, I'm all ears.