I recently acquired 100 sheets of Ektapan 8x10 sheet film. I was wondering if anyone has used this film on a regular basis, and if so, what rating, developer, and developing times seemed to work best for this film, in your experience. I usually use Tri-X in HC-110/B, process in trays, and primarily shoot people, places, and things outdoors in natural light. If you have used both films, are there significant differences in the results-shadows and highlights? Charts/graphs in Kodak's material show very different curves, but I really don't know how to interpert the graphs. All tips on using this film are appreciated. I got a good price on this outdated (1993), but kept-frozen film. I understand that Kodak has discontinued it, though B&H continues to show it in inventory. I plan to go back to Tri-X, or possibly HP-5 when this is used up. Thank you.