After turning around in Opera Square, coming back north on the 400 block of Main Street.
The C-41 kit is still fine. The negatives didn't seem different than from the lab. The Kodak Gold 200 was really curly and a couple negatives had to be scanned backward and then flipped to avoid Newton Rings where it touched the glass. This very rarely happens to me.
The Diversity 30 has .22mm and .23mm hand-drilled pinholes, on the axis and 11mm above it, 30mm from a 6x6cm frame. The Little Mutant has .27mm pinholes, one on the axis, and one 10cm above the axis, 45mm from a 6x6cm frame. The Kodak Gold 200 and the Portra 800 were developed together in Arista.edu's liquid quart kit.