My advice is for Adex over-responders, which the OP is not, but this seems like a good place to post.
We're really interested in how many drops per mg, so working in mL just adds an extra layer of conversion. If we go mg -> mL -> drops, we have two conversions instead of just mg -> drops. Plus if you need to tinker with the concentration, it can be tough to measure 1.15 mL depending on your pipettes.
It is much more time consuming but I count the number of drops I'm adding rather than use mL. Since I'm taking less than 1/4mg per week, I only go through this process twice a year. For those on higher doses, who won't be in E2 hell if their concentration varies a little bit, save the time and use mL.
I also found that the tablets dissolve and stay in solution better if I double the amount of vodka making the concentration half strength, and then dose double drops.
When I bought bottles for making liquid adex, I bought the cobalt blue ones because they were the cheapest and I thought they looked neat. I wish I had bought clear. It is hard to see how well everything is mixed through the colored glass.
The pills dissolve well on their own. You don't need to crush or cut the pills. I just put the pills in and within twelve hours they are gone. I usually shake the bottle to help them along, but that's my impatience.