I have for years done it in tubes, but about two years ago a tabletop dry to dry processor came my way for $300 vai craigslist. I cleaned it, and cleaned it... and otherwise brought it back from being dead. It is now very handy. I can feed it chems after work, have dinner, and be printing with a warmed up machine less than half an hour later. With an analyser (Lici colourstar 3000 that I cant image living without to start each session quickly) I can be cranking out good prints about 10 minutes after the first test print of the night.