I understand many printers, John Blakemore being the most notable I know of, use two baths. It's inherently part of their practice. What confuses me is how the judgement comes about. When is flashing not enough? When does one say "right this isn't working, time for two baths." What is the real, perceivable difference between moving the print between two baths and flashing, that compels you to mix two solutions? I'm of course not making fine prints, so forgive me, but is this just a finicky habit concerned with neglible subtleties? Is it a delusional disorder that you catch after being in the darkroom too long? It also strikes me as a paper wasting guessing game. I'm not ignorant of the importance of subtlety in a great fine print, don't get me wrong, I'd just like to know how important this method is in getting there. Cheers.