Nice work Alex. I kept telling you it was a doddle mate! Some of those scans are looking nice too - you should drop a couple into this thread.
It's certainly a LOT easier with a lift.
@textTat. According to this article http://www.jobo.com/jobo_service_ana...rint_drums.htm
The 2820 Tank is equivalent to a 2521/2523 film tank (if you put the correct lid parts and core on it). When doing rotary development the 2523 tank requires 270ml of chemistry for a 2509n or a 2502 reel.
I have found the amount of chemistry is not desperately critical - so long as you make sure your film is getting covered as it rotates through it. Anywhere between 250ml and 300ml is going to work fine I suspect.
What is important is time (especially of first developer) and temperature.