Good day to you ladies and gentlemen. Once more I require your assistance. Rest assured its always much appreciated and not taken for granted. I have reduced my BW 120 film needs in two categories: The "tripod" film and the "handheld" film. I have settled in the handheld department to either FP4+ or Tri-X which serve me well, used at different lighting situations. Unfortunately I have yet to choose my "slow", "tripod" film, that one which rated as slow as possible and with the use of a tripod, cable release and mirror lock-up will give me the most of my Hasselblad. I have been trying out FP4+ rated at 64asa and developed with either D-76 or Rodinal and I am kinda dissapointed at the results. Consindering the film is used mostly for representational purposes its tonallity and grain is not what I expected even at moderate enlargements such as 20x25cm (8x10") and it starts to break up at 30x40cm (12x16"). It rocks at 13x18cm (5x7") but I want to be able to go to 30x40cm(12x16") without noticable grain and breakup of details (loss of acutance due to enlargement). Living in the second and a half world country of Greece makes my choices difficult. That because there is no film in country bellow 100asa. So I can: - Keep using the FP4+ with a different developer. I would probably have to mix it myself as even D76 and Rodinal I have to order and Perceptol or Microphen come in small quantities in Greece. Never tried pyro and looks like lots of trouble. - Try Delta 100 or TMX 100 rated at 50 and developed with D-76. I believe DDX and TMAX are simular liquid versions of it? - Order PanF or Efke 25 from Germany. The trouble is I will have to make a large order to justify the shipping costs (even the 10euros of fotoimpex) which rules out getting a couple of each to test them. - Make my own film. What do wise photographers suggest I do?