GD-202 seems to violate all the rules. You've got metol, glycin, and hydroquinone together (three developing agents), both citric acid and sodium carbonate neutralizing each other, and then KBr. I forget who said that a film developer shouldn't need a restrainer, and if it does, then it is better to reduce the developing agent (maybe that was Crawley).
Again, I haven't tried these. I've just posted them, because they seem interesting and relevant to some experiments that people are doing with Ansco 130 for film.