Meaningless comparison, Brad. Foma/Arista is a completely different animal from FP4. With the demise of Super XX and Bergger 200, what's left in a straight-line film? For long scale you can use
Efke 25 (hopelessly slow and with quality issues of its own) or Tmax films to some extent (getting
really expensive and must now be specially ordered in 8X10). I could take one of these classic 200
films and photograph brightly lit thunderheads up in the high country and retain detail there, plus
superb shadow separation way way down at the same time. The Foma formula had less toe than any other film I have ever used - even better than Super-XX. But what's the point if I have to spend hours spotting the
print?