I decided to try using the dreaded T-Max in Readyloads because of dust problem with regular film holders. I think the only sensible way to use this film is in a JoBo of similar where it's easy to be consistent. I don't have a JoBo and I thought of a different way to control this film. Using highly dilute Rodinal, take the normal dilution and divide by four (or more). Take the normal time and multiply by four (or more - in inverse proporion to the dilution.) I saw this idea in a book about night photography whose name escapes my memory for the moment. Agitate for the 'normal' time and let it stew for the other 75%. This way it should be difficult to get an unprintable neg, even though I'll have to resort to higher grades, but at least the beast will be tamed. Am I right? And what do people recommend as a dilution? All comments, insults, etc welcomed!