Just passing along my experience with Arista Ultra 200 8x10 film with regard to exposure index and development time. This weekend I exposed two sheets. Bright overcast. I rated the film at iso 125, which produced good shadow detail. I developed one sheet in d76 (stock) at 68 degrees in a rotary processor five minutes, a 15% reduction of recommended 5-6 minute development time for the rotary processor. Too much contrast (pale jeans showed little, if any, detail). Then I developed the second sheet, exposed identically to the first sheet, in d76 (1+1) at 68 degrees in a rotary processor for 5-1/2 minutes, a 30% reduction of recommended 8-9 development time, 15% for continuous agitation in rotary processor and an additional 15% for reduction in contrast. This negative looks good to me, with good shadow detail and good highlight detail.