I bought a processing kit. Shot two rolls that had some terrific shots and I was apprehensive about trying to use these my first time out for developing at home, but in my mind it is not going to matter because every roll I shoot is valuable to me, so I might as well start with these. So first I got an old roll of worthless film I don't care about ever using and practiced multiple times getting the film onto the reel. The first time I watched as I did it, and then the next several times I practiced just by feel. Every time the roll went right onto the cartridge with no issues, so I thought "ok, it's time to do this." First roll would NOT feed into the cartridge. Got bent to hell and misaligned. I literally tried for an entire hour to get the thing to work and when I finally realized the film had been destroyed in the process, I gave up. Ok, one ruined. I knew that was a possibility going into this, so I can deal with that. I'll try practicing a few more times and then give it another go with the other roll. Nope, both destroyed - same exact issue with the next roll. Tore it to pieces inside the bag and cut my finger in the process. So frustrating. Anyone want to buy a developing kit?