I really don't think you will be disappointed with your choice. There is a wealth of data and experience available here and elsewhere if "things happen" :-)

I've use this stuff since, nevermind, and still go back most every time I try something new. One or two other films you may want to consider are the 100-125 ISO films like PXP, Classic, and FP4. They are slower of course, but seem to have superior grain characteristics, if that is important to you - it ain't that important in general.