Went for a bit of laziness recently and tried my luck at stand development. Temperature was a constant 6°C and the tank had ten initial inversions before it was put in the fridge for 12 hours and left untouched. Developer was standard Caffenol, but with drastically reduced soda and vitamin C, plus a wee bit of KBr to avoid stains. Images have only been inverted and auto white balanced. Contrast is great, considering this was Kodak T-MAX 100 that expired in 04/1999, but grain is virtually invisible. The developer was made using water of the same temperature and fix was kept in the refridgerator too. Think this will be my new standard procedure.