Also WRT contrast - my experience with it on traditional films is that a normal scene will print well with about grade 3, maybe 3.5 filtration with my condenser enlarger. Pan F+ seems to be an inherently contrasty film but I still end up printing those on grade 3 more often than not. But if you expose properly for your system you'll get shadow detail, and while you might need a little harder paper it isn't a problem getting a normal looking print. Maybe not the best choice for very flat lightling, but good for contrasty lighting for the same reason.