There is a product called Hefty 2 1/2 gallon bags. These are large enough to put in a sheet of 11x14 film. This has the promise of being able to use an absolute minimum of deveoper (one-shot) and provide full all over agitation with hands on the bag AND prevent scratches caused by tray sloshing/relative motion maybe. Has anyone tried using ziplocks to deveop sheet film? success? sticking or other failure? If not, looks like the experiment will have to be made! It looks like using it for paper would work pretty good-then you get oneshot full-strength paper development with minimal chemistry usage--paper doesn't have the same sticking problems of film, so this is a very attractive method (or it looks that way)..... Well--only one way to find out, right?