I am in the process of acquiring a Beseler motor base and I've been trying to find some literature that will let me know exactly what kind of changes I would have to do to compensate for this. I've read that i can expect to lower my developing time by up to 15%, but the directions that came with my Tetenal c-41 kit has in fact no time variation marked to account for this. What gives? Also, I've heard that with constant agitation, since the chemical exhaustion is reduced, i can use half of my solution (250ml), unfortunately, this was anecdotal, and I can't find evidence to support this anywhere. Would this also apply to black and white? I will be processing a bit of 120, but mostly 220. I apologize in advance if this has already been address in the archives, but I couldn't find something non-jobo related that specifically addressed my problem.