Just thinking out loud here. When developing 35mm film I've always used Hewes reels in my 2-reel Kindermann tank. I develop one roll at a time, the loaded reel on the bottom with a spacer reel on top. I was thinking, do you suppose there would be any less turbulence or risk of surge etc if one used 24 exposure reels instead? I thought maybe since there's more space between the guides. I also thought perhaps development might be a bit more even along the entire roll since on a 24 exposure reel the beginning of the roll is further away from the center of the tank. I don't have problems with uneven development, just wondering if anyone else out there had tried this.