I've shot loads of HP5+ and Tri-X over the last year or so, and rated it at anything from ISO 200 to 3200 - and developed in Xtol and Ilford Microphen. I have also done quite a bit of the Adox CMS 20 (high resolution) film, always developed in Adotech. I like to shoot fast lenses wide open, and with summer coming up, I have to think about some slow films to help me do this. The Adox/Efke KB25 film sounds interesting, since I would like to try an "older" emulsion. I have seen negatives that have a beautiful curve, with a broad spectrum of grey tones - which I haven't been able to get with CMS 20/Adotech. I understand that Adox/Efke 25 (and 50) are rather high in contrast, and it is recommended to use low contrast developers. Would Rodinal (1+100) work for this? Or are there others that I should check out? I spend a lot of time on the Greek Islands every summer, so I expect high contrast lighting. With high contrast film as well - I'll need something to tame it. Thanks!