I've shot a lot of D3200. Probably a few hundred rolls. I tried everything from D76 to XTOL and ultimately I got the best results shooting it at 1600asa and developing in DD-X. As has been mentioned earlier Ilford kind of intended the two to go hand in hand. Tonality looks great and the grain is reasonable. As has been mentioned, this is not a fine grain film, but it's not going to look like popcorn either. Another advantage of DD-X is that it is a 1L liquid concentrate and easy to handle. XTOL is a powder that mixes up in 5L batches, which is a lot more work.