I've developed this film in B&W chemicals as an experiment, and it came out great. The masking clears nicely, and you end up with traditional negatives. Scanning hasn't been a problem, either. The latitiude is slightly rediced, it seems, but still nice.
Kodak's C-41 developed in traditional chemicals doesn't clear and comes out terrible!
I have some pretty high hopes for this film :) I'll be using it with a Hoya yellow filter and processing it at home with my Unicolor kit. Like I said I plan on shooting two frames at EI 50, two frames at 100, two frames at 200, etc all the way to 800 (keep in mind this is on an RZ67 so I get 10 shots per roll).
I haven't tried it, but it certainly should work. As stated, XP2 is essentially a one color color film. Color balance, which can be affected by pushing a color film, doesn't really matter here.