I've been asking questions in the color chemicals sticky thread, but this is more sort of a processing question, so figured this will be a better place to ask.
I've read quite a bit and think got a pretty good grasp on how to get my first batch of Flexicolor chemicals started. Right now the only question I have before I start mixing is if I should aim for a specific volume of the tank solution.
I will be processing in a Jobo CPE2+ and the max amount of liquid I see using each time would be around 600ml (570ml for 6 rolls of 120 or equivalent amount of 35mm film).
So, should I make my tank solution 600ml (which is a good amount for soda bottles and Jobo bottles) and use the leftovers as replenisher, or should I rather have a bit more in tank solution (a liter?), sort of to keep a buffer of solution that's not used each time I process? If I do 600ml I will have the most replenisher left over, but just wondering if that'll affect the potency/life of the solution. I won't replenish the developer since apparently rotary processing ruins it after one use, but I will replenish the rest.
Some input would be appreciated!