Freestyle had some Neopan 100 SS at a good price, so I got a couple bricks. I did the normal investigation, and wanted to share the results. Warning: I like fat negatives; generous shadows and soft highlights. They work well for me because I print everything as if it were an 8x10 neg for contact printing. With a diffusion head, #2 paper, and a developer like ansco 120 or 'ansel's 130', they print wonderfully well. Expect disaster with a condensor head and Dektol. With an EI of 100, Rodinal 1+50, 68 degrees for 16 minutes. Agitation: 15 secs (5 seconds to start, 5 seconds at the end of the 5th and tenth minutes). The D max is about 2.2. The negative has gentle acutance effects, and clean, fine grain. I think it is a great combination for summer portraiture, and landscapes. Here is a straight test print of the light gray house across the street. Negative densities: under the porch, 0.15~0.2; the side of the trailer, 1.15; the sky, 1.25~1.3. Making the JPG has eaten a little of the shadow. On review of the test image, I think I'd better trim the hedge. Hope this is useful. "This suspense is terrible ! I hope it lasts."