Quote Originally Posted by markbarendt View Post
And I get those same benefits with DD-X and normal development. And we are both right. And Steve and Ian are right too.

My point is that our personal best practices (aka our own personal magic bullets) won't necessarily translate into good and reliable results for others.

Our expectations for our work always differs, and there is more than one way to skin a cat.
I have no magic bullets. I use minimal agitation development with large format negatives when it's appropriate to the image. When it's not I use traditional tray development. I use it for roll film out of convenience. And no matter which method I use I might use a staining developer or a non-staining one, again depending on the image. Different strokes for different pictures.