Indeed, Ilford really knows how to keep the masses well informed.
Love their papers too btw ^^
This is exactly why when I decided to attempt B&W again (I'm a color transparency shooter primarily) I bought Ilford rather than Kodak or Fuji. Ilford has kept the masses well informed, and Simon Galley even said he'd look into how feasible it would be to reintroduce a true IR film. To put it simply, Ilford/Harman listens to their customers. Kodak and Fuji would do well to hire better people to do their PR.
Shoot more film.
There are eight ways to put a slide into a projector tray. Seven of them are wrong.