I recently got the urge to start to develop my own black and white 35mm and (when I make the plunge for the Bronica Sq-a) 120. Currently, my shopping cart at Adorama looks like this. *Adorama Stainless Steel Daylight Film Developing Tank for Two Rolls of 35mm Film or One Roll Of 120/220 Film *Kodak D-76 Black & White Film Developer, Powder to Make 1 Gallon. *Kodak Photo-Flo 200 Photographic Wetting Agent, 16 Ounce Bottle. (I know what you're thinking, 16oz is enough for the rest of my life, but thats the smallest they had) *Kodak Indicator Stop Bath For Black & White Films And Papers, 1-Pint Bottle To Make 8-Gallons. *Kodak Professional Fixer with Hardener for both Black & White Film and Paper, Powder to Make 1-Gallon. *Adorama 2 oz., 50ml Plastic Graduate *Adorama One (1) Quart, 32 oz., 1000ml Plastic Graduate *Adorama Stainless Steel Film Developing Reel For 35mm Size Film (2 of these) Okay, so now that you know where I've started, I need a little more help. First off, before I make this purchase, do I want d-76? I heard it's a learning developer which is what I need. What kind of film works best in D-76? I want to shoot some Tri-x 400, HP5+, and Pan F. Would you chose D-76 for that? Do I need anything else or am I missing anything? Thanks!