I was challenged to do my own test and so I did. On the left is the 100% crop from a jpeg shot with my Canon G10 at ISO 400. I was pleased to see 400 on that little camera was not all that ugly compared to ISO 80. Sure a bit more noise and a slight loss of detail as is expected. On the right The new Tmax 400 developed in D76 1-1 for 10 minutes shot with a Nikon N80 and 50 1.8 at F8. Both cameras were tripod mounted and the self timers were used to assure sharp images. I also used mid range apertures to provide a decent depth of field to help balance any possible focusing errors. It's tough to keep image size exact. One camera you are framing on a 4/3 screen and the other a 2/3 viewfinder but managed to keep them pretty close. Both images were give the benefit of levels adjustments and sharpening. BTW the film was scanned on a K/M scan dual 4 @ 3200 dpi. I know there will be a bunch of folks telling me this is flawed or an Imacon scan would have blown the doors off my scanner but when you enlarge the images up to 200% it's quite clear there is really not much left to extract on the film image and the results are pretty much as I expected. Judge as you will. Critics please post your own honest comparisons.