I'll be shooting some interior shots next week for work, and I'll have the joy of using film professionally for the first time (and the stress of not screwing it!), so I wanted a quick reality check on film+flash light combo. My flash will be a Sunpak 383, I'm shooting people during a conference, and there may be some exterior shots with available light as well. My standard film+dev for now is 400TX w/ XTOL 1+1 7mins @ 20C. (320TXP not being available in 35mm, I think I should stick to good ol' 400TX.) I would use ceiling bounce on the flash, and perhaps throw on it a kleenex for diffusing the light. I also have a bit of time to shoot a test roll this weekend. I thought that reducing the development and shooting at a slightly lower ISO could help reduce the contrast. Anything important I'm missing?