Try the flickr group http://www.flickr.com/groups/1924424@N22/ . They are quite active in finding developer combinations with examples. I prefer the UN54 (ISO 100) over the N74, but both are quite usable.

The N74 is probably closer to Kentmere. Both respond favorably to Thornton (easily made and chemicals can be bought from B&H worldwide).

Here is N74 in Thornton....

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And as a reversal...

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The grain is what you would expect and you can get good results with the right choices.