Dye bleach, with dyes present from the start, will require high speed emulsions to get any speed at all out of the system. This will further increase grain. I forgot that above.
This is a positive working system. You will need an aim gamma of about 1.7 for the camera original and about a 0.9 gamma for a print material. You will need up to 9 blended emulsions to achieve the right latitude for the print material to be useful.
I'm remembering these things as I go, so I may need a few posts to get things all together here. When I work in the lab things kind of "gel" for me (hahah Pun intended) but writing here, on things that are ancient (1975?) slows me down. I'm on autopilot in the lab though.