I've tried it. I think it's all right but, in my opinion, it can be really finicky stuff.

You have to expose it just right. (Usually slower than advertised speed.) You have to develop it just right, using the agitation guidelines they specify and you have to use their developer.

If you're willing to do all those things, just as specified, and you are willing to experiment with it to learn how it behaves, you can get some really nice results from it.

If you just want to shoot, soup and print without spending a whole lot of time to figure it out, you're likely to get just "ho-hum" results at best.

I would use it again but only if and when I had time to spend working with it in order to get it just right. Unfortunately, I don't often have that much time and inclination.