Not counting testing I have shot about 100 4x5 sheets of T-max 100. I have shot more Tri-x. I use a Jobo drum and develope no more than 4 sheets at a time in T-max RS. I am very careful to agitate consistantly and the developer is at 68 F when developement starts. My normal developement time for T-max is 5 minutes an d 30 seconds at asa 80. So whats the problem ? The T-max that I have shot unde r low light/long exposure conditions looks good to me. Just as nice as my Tri-x . However, the photos from brightly lit scenes look muddy and those in flat lig ht look flat even at n+1. I have similar results with and without readyloads. I know T-max is a sensitive film and I know it can produce negatives as beautiful as Tri-x. I want to stick with it, but am about out of patients. Has anyone ha d similar problems that can offer me some suggestions ?