Hello all. I stumbled across this forum looking for F76+ 1:19 info, and I am amazed at the wealth of analog info. I'm pretty much learning all of this on my own- I scored a Ricoh KR-5 Super II on eBay when I really just wanted the lens for my digital body, but I put a roll of black and white film in it and fell in love. I hope this hasn't been discussed to death (though a search didn't turn up anything). I've more or less been able to figure things out using the magic of the internet and massivedevchart, but one thing continues to bother me: I hang my negatives using weighted clips and run a film squeegee over them a few times, and while the weighted clip on the bottom keeps them drying straight, they are developing a side-to-side warping, maybe 1/4" in total depth once they're dry. Picture a PVC pipe cut in half the long way and you have the rough idea, while it isn't that extreme. A friend seems to have suggested that the squeegeeing may be doing this, but I feel like letting them dry just a bit curved from top to bottom would prevent the warping. Any thoughts? I'd really like to keep squeegeeing rather than having to add something like Photo Flo to the mix. Your help is greatly appreciated.