I heard the sound of those marching to the altar of APX, and decided today to try out Agfapan APX100 in 120 for my Yashica-D (yashikor lens). I probably won't be developing this film myself yet, so my faithful local lab will process it in HC-110, or Xtol on demand. I've read that Rodinal 1:50 is a holy water for this film, but for now it's not a practical option. I've been shooting FP4+ in 120 so far, and despite my decision in a previous post to settle on it for future work and learning, I feel the urge to try good, cheap Agfa. So what should I expect at the bottom line? I'm shooting mostly available light, outdoors photography, and will probably be doing ordinary stuff with it like portraits, streets, buildings, and scenery. Is there anything in particular that should attract my attention? What should I look for in order to draw a comparison between FP4+ and APX100?