Still relatively new to processing my own film. I've used D76 and caffenol and had decent results with both. What I've noticed, especially for the time of year we're heading into is that I shoot a lot of B&W indoors. Last year I was mostly using a rangefinder with a 40mm 1.7 lens. This year it will be an Olympus SLR with a 50mm 1.4 (though I have other options). Given that it's indoors, lighting isn't always ideal. If I could shoot the HP5 400 at 800 ISO, that would provide a little bit more flexibility. So I'm hoping to find a developer that I could use to push the HP5 a bit but still has decent shelf life. D76 doesn't have very good shelf life. Caffenol isn't so much of a problem in that can I can mix up small batches, but it's not great for higher speed films. HC-110 has a great shelf life but is not so good for pushing HP5, - at least that's what I've heard. So what are some of my better options?