from all reports
FR tanks work well
but there is a learning curve
to figure out how to load and agitate them.
i don't do 2x3 or 3x4 ... but tray process most all the sheets i shoot.
bad hanger experiences ruined my whole day ...
silver magnets, trickle tanks sold
artwork often times sold for charity
PM me for details
For what it is worth I use one or the other of these tanks, which Freestyle has.
Works for me and my style or technique. I pick which tank based on just how many sheets I need to develop.
Then again your results may be different.
Nikor made a nifty little holder for 6 sheets of 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 film that fit into a SS 120 tank. It came with a feeder that helped you place the film in correctly, though I don't think it's necessary. I just bought one at the PHSNE show, new-in-box. Look around for one or PM me. I have two now and might think of selling one for a princely sum.
OOPS! Didn't notice the date on the OP. Probably not still looking...
I've developed 2x3 sheet film in trays, stainless hangers in deep tanks of various sizes, and in the Yankee tank. I second donkee, I've always had fine results with the Yankee tank, that's my favorite way of doing 2x3, 3x4, and 4x5 sheet film.
My Combi-Plan won't hold 2x3, the smallest size is 6.5cm x 9cm. I just used a film clip to dip and dunk my 2x3 in a small Paterson tank in the dark of course. Worked ok for the few sheets I had to process.