I have been shooting Delta 3200 as my standard high speed film for the past few years and just wanted to comment on how good it is. Personally I think it is the best of the three major high speed films; the other two being TMY3200 and Neopan 1600. It seems to strike the best balance between grain and tonality of the group. Grain is present, but it is pleasant to the eye and not intrusive. Some how it reminds me a little of Tri-X in that sense. The grain is there, but you don't mind it. TMY can be very course and while Neopan probably has the finest grain of the three, I find it has too much contrast @1600. In my experience Delta3200 delivers the best tonality of the group. It is a rather low contrast film and when rated at 1600 and developed in DD-X does a beautiful job of holding on to shadow detail. In this area think it is better than Neopan 1600. Quite often I shoot Delta 3200 in daylight to take advantage of its low contrast and great tonality. You can make beautiful long scale prints from these negatives. I rate Delta3200 @1600 and develop it in Ilford DD-X, which is a great combination. The icing on the cake is that Delta3200 is available in 120 rolls, which neither of the other two emulsions are. The increased negative size goes a long way to reduce the relative size of the grain and the tonality is superb. Delta3200 in a Rolleiflex 2.8/80 with a single coated lens is a brilliant combination. Anyhow, I bring this up after going through a huge batch of scanning and looking at hundreds of negatives. So, thank you very much Ilford.