Aleks, you have made a great choice in Pyrocat HD and Pan F. It is more contrasty than the other films you list, but because of the characteristics of Pyro, you often times get a very useful neg that is easy to control in the printing session.

For a standard contrast scene (normal daylight, nothing special), I would try 12-14 minutes at 72f 1:1:100 if you are printing with VC papers. I've haven't used graded papers with this combo, but I would suspect you'd need to shorten your time considerably. Shoot a roll and develop with the above times and go and try to print at grade 2 or 3. I think you'll be very impressed with the results.