Hello, having had good luck with Acros in Perceptol, I decided to give Neopan 400 a try - exposed at 200, developed for 13:30 in 1+1 dilution. I have been developing Neopan 400 in Xtol 1+1 and was consistently pleased with the tonality of the film, especially for portraits; I was hoping to keep the tonality while reducing the apparent grain a little (not that Neopan in Xtol shot at 250 is excessively grainy - but why not try to soften it a bit more?). The first results have been quite disappointing, though - tonality is worse (too much contrast in the highlights - it might work for carefully controled studio lighting, but not for general photgraphy) and the grain seems to be at least as harsh, if not harsher, than in Xtol 1+1. The prints are reminiscent of Neopan 1600 (tonality-wise - the grain is finer, of course), and that's certainly not what I was trying to achieve! Any suggestions as to whether I should keep experimenting (increasing exposure and decreasing development), or have others tried and were similarly dissapointed? Thanks in advance!