I did a whole roll one night and bracketed like crazy. It turns out those guys in the white lab coats at Kodak really knew what they were doing when they wrote the "Professional Photoguide". The best images were 3 to 5 minutes at F/8, Elitechrome 200 (which is well known for it's excellent reciprocity performance). I think this is right in the middle of what the Photoguide recommends. I was fortunate that this particular full Moon happened when the Moon was also very close to the Earth. It doesn't happen often, but sometimes you go outside and think the Moonlight is a lot brighter than normal. The only thing I really noticed is that shadows are perfectly black, no reflected light like you would get in the daytime.