I have a question about the exposure latitude of Agfa Scala, which I intend on shooting in the near future. To be honest - I've really only started studying photography with any seriousness recently, so if anything here is a little off-base or convoluted, feel free to correct. I've been using a rudimentary/basic zone system approach to metering ever since being instructed to do so in a recent class of mine - concerned with how that would work with slides, I did some research on the exposure latitude of transparency film and concluded that it would be safer to place my highlights/whites-with-texture in Zone 7 (instead of Zone 8, as I have done with negative) to get good whites without blowing out the entire slide. Now I've got some Scala coming in the mail and any research I've done on it has kind of confused me. I had assumed that since it is transparency film, latitude would be less and I should meter in the same way as I have been with my color slides. However, I've read some fleeting comments along the lines of "Scala behaves much more like regular B&W negative film" or "Scala has a latitude between that of slide and print film." So - any thoughts on on this and achieving a good exposure with Scala, in general?