A few months ago I was at a friends wedding and was shooting TMY at 800. I developed in TMax developer and I got a lot of small white spots on my negs. I figured they were too small for dust and I dry the film in a dust free environment anyway. I wondered if the spots were due to the film being in the stop bath for too long (about a minute) so from then on I started 2 stage stop bath procedure..... 15 seconds in stop bath followed by a minute in plain water. For the next couple of months I was shooting Neopan 400 and HP5+ in D76 and Neopan 1600 in Microphen... all with my new stopbath system and all was fine. Then last week I was at my son's wedding and I was shooting TMY at 1600. Again I developed in TMax dev. The dreaded spots appeared again (see 100% crop). Is this still a stopbath issue? I've read elsewhere that TMax dev can react with acid stopbath and cause pinprick blistering in the emulsion. Does this sound reasonable?