I've used 510 Pyro, although not extensively. When Jay was online, we swapped some information, and I usually tested lower ISO than he did - thus, I needed more exposure to get shadow detail that I was satisfied with.
I have an opinion that could be right or wrong. Looking at Jay's prints on his site, he took portraits in which he seems to be interested in the higher values (skin tones.) He seems to let the shadows in the background fall away. I think for this reason, he didn't value the shadow detail as much as I did, and thus was able to use shorter exposures.
When I use more exposure, I've been happy with the shadow detail. I've used mainly Efke PL100 and Forte 400 with this developer.