Here's an example of 35mm HP5+ in replenished Xtol.

It's a print from a negative shot at EI 250 in moderate contrast, processed by agitating every minute.
Print is on Ilford MGIV fiber matte, in Ethol LPD.

The scan is not very large, obviously, but it shows a smooth tonal gradation, and when examining the 9x12" print itself, it's fairly typical for what I would expect from an ISO 400 film. Lovely texture, the grain isn't intrusive or distracting at all, but it's definitely there as an integral part of the image (which is why I shoot 400 film - I like it that way).