I doubt it has anything to do with the development process, the recent batch of the Fisheye pictures turned out better than I expected. The colours are richer, compared to the ones I keep on taking months back.
Also, with it being ISO400, I'm surprised that the pictures turned out not too bad. Not forgetting that the Fisheye 2 is locked on a 1/100 shutter speed, hence some of the really bright pictures (especially when it blinds the human eye -_-) just turned out wrong.
I must say that I did screw up bits and pieces. I'm not sure what happened to the first roll of film, but mysteriously, all the pictures went off again.
*views Lomograph gallery*