I'm thinking of getting a wash and cure station for my printer. Currently, my washing and curing setup is a three tubs of isopropyl alcohol, and a nail UV lamp over a foil lined box. I swish the parts in the tubs, and use a soft bristled paint brush to help it along. It's working well so far, but a bit of annoying setup, and I like the idea of using a dedicated wash and cure station. I'm wondering if any of you that use one may be able to help me make a decision, considering the few questions I have. The printer I use is an Anycubic Mono X - therefore a larger build plate. So my first question... do you all dunk your entire plate into your wash and cure stations for washing, or first remove the parts and place them into the wire basket? Many of my prints tend to be "containers", either locomotives, car bodies or buildings, I'm wondering how well the inside of these parts get clean if still attached to the build plate (i.e. with the opening of the "container" pointing towards the build plate) A follow up question for the Mono X users (or Elegoo Saturn users) is whether you use a regular sized wash and cure (Elegoo Mercury, Anycubic 2.0, etc), or the larger sized wash and cures (Anycubic Plus). The reason for the above questions is one of my biggest hangups on whether to purchase into a station. The larger sized wash and cure from Anycubic, the one that can fit the Mono X's build plate is 300$ (CAD), over twice the cost of the Elegoo Mercury at 135$. But if most people tend to wash their prints separate from the build plate, why pay more for the larger machine? Another question, not related to one machine or another, but how long do you wash your prints for in these machines? I've always heard to leave your prints in iso for the shortest period of time (with Siraya Tech saying less than 30 seconds!) But all reviews I've seen show that the shortest wash period on these machines being two minutes! Anyway, if you would share your experiences on how you use your wash and cure station, specifically for train related prints, I'd appreciate it!