I use a JOBO rotary processor to develop sheet film, and after a little modifying of the spirals I am really happy with the results. I make up ID-11 from raw chemicals and this gives really tonally smooth negatives, not at all dense or contrasty. With subjects of a high contrast it's a brilliant method, but with subjects of a low contrast the negs can be a touch flat, and sometimes difficult to print, especially with semi-matt papers, and more especially with Forte paper. Developing the negs for longer only seems to increase density. Any suggestions as to how ID-11, or D-76 could be chemically tweaked to offer a touch more contrast with continuous development would be welcome. One option is to move out of northern England where the light is often flat - but the landscape is brilliant!