I have been tending to use cheap digital timers that can store three count down times, etc. while processing film. They work well enough. But, I just killed the fourth one last night with but a drop or two of liquid from my fingers. Argh. So I thought about getting a proper darkroom timer, you know, the ones everyone is familiar with. But eh, why? This led me to look for any software that might do this well. Nothing popped up. Then I remembered I write software as a profession. :biggrin: So, I am going to, when I get time write Mac OSX software the puts up a nice big timer, lets you set up a process, and takes some sort of input such that you can indicate you finished a step and when to start the next one. Etc. I'll use it to log film processes as well. Input wise, I will start with those presentation remotes. I will look for some sort of big wireless button thing too. Something you can whack with your elbow or your foot and not get wet. If anyone else is interested and has ideas, let em fly. It will end up being shareware of some kind, but mostly it'll be for me and I won't treat it like a commercial product, and I won't expect anyone here to pay for it. Eventually I am going out on my own, and "little" projects like this will be meant to get me in the groove.