I`m in the process of changing, and I`m thinking to give up the good D76 and Rodinal I have used for years, looking for something different. Several times I used in the past Acutol (Paterson), and I love this look on medium speed films. I`d like something similar. I`m ready to start using FP4 on Perceptol (Ilford). Looks like salt on this metol type developer has a solvent effect, but once diluted (1+3, 1+4) the solvent effect is minimized. Sounds good, but... The issue is that I`d like to process film on a Jobo, and looks like continuous agitation is uncompatable with adjacency effects. Anchell&Troop mention it but they are not extremely specific about this topic. The question is: Have you tested any film+developer combination that provide that very high acutance+(moderately) fine grain with rotary processors? What do you think? Thanks.