Well, all the folks with roller transport E6 machines in the Chicago area seem to have gone under or gotten rid of that equipment. I guess as the volume comes down, just about any other process makes more sense. But it's really the only way I'm going to get a lab to process film from my 100-exposure back.
Just about any other lab I can find online anywhere in the US makes a big deal about touting that they use dip-n-dunk machines. Which I can understand from the standpoint of avoiding the hazards of dirty rollers, etc. But it's a little hard to do 14 feet of 35mm in dip-n-dunk!
Dwayne's says they can do it, no doubt because they also do E6 movie film (while most movie-film-only places won't take a roll that short!) But they won't mount them, I'll just get back the raw film. I could live with that, but I'm wondering what my other options are, if any. Maybe I'll have to pick up an actual Jobo processor to go with my long-roll tank and just do it myself...