Beutler is a non-solvent developper, and with a so small amount from sulfite it can not be a fine grain developper . If you use it with continuous agitation, you'll lost the adjacency effect that gives "high definition" results .

with this developper, results are :

-high definition (sharpness, adjacency effect )
-more grainy than with a solvent fine grain dev like D76 1+1
- good compensating effect

with slow films (200 and under ) you have a speed increase from 1/2 to 1 stop with this dev (you have to test your film before to control this ).

edit: high resolution and high definition are different
resolution is for grain, definition is for sharpness
Beutler is not high resolution but high definition ^^