jmal - yes, sorry, I should read all the thread more carefully before responding, I admit I scanned through later posts and was in fact addressing the point below, rather than answering you specifically.
I agree that slow-drying is best and that's largely why I use the method I do - where I don't get wavy or frilly lines at all. Granted, with prints over 12 x 16 it can get cumbersome (though I do use it for 16 x 20 which is the largest I print). With larger prints I use 2 pegs at least at each top corner. You also have to make sure the prints are 'joined' before you lift them out of water. It's normally possible to avoid any cockling if you're careful, and anything that's there is likely to be a stress mark.
Originally Posted by rwyoung
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Reason: should make it clearer who I'm talking to