I haven't had negs come up looking too screwed up before after two hundred rolls or so, but I suppose it had to happen eventually. I followed these directions ( http://www.rangefinderforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=61643&highlight=rodinal&page=2 by P. Lynn Miller, about 3/4 of the way down the page) for Tri-X shot at 6400 developed in Rodinal 1:100 for 2 hours (gentle swirls for agitation, 15 seconds, every 30 minutes). My negs came out looking very, very thin with virtually nothing in the shadows, quite different than the example photo posted of Tri-X @ 6400. The more disturbing thing, though, was the uneven development. There are lines of great density on both sides of the film, that seem to be "dragging" towards the center of the image, a few milimeters into the frame. The even stranger thing is, the holes are a slightly different color... they seem to have a slightly yellowish tint versus the clear-gray of the film base. I didn't think bromide drag happened with Rodinal; plus, the drag was happening both ways towards the center! Now, of course, there are a few confounding variables: old Rodinal (at least 6 years old now, kept mostly full), and old Tri-X (likely expired in 2005). However, the Rodinal has worked well for me in the past week or so, and another roll of old Tri-X turned out OK, too. Has anyone experienced this before? My results seem to be a bit stranger than the textbook examples of uneven development I have researched.