When taking my Hasselblad afield, I generally shoot Ilford FP4+ for my black and white work. Instead of the 125 box speed, I typically shoot it at 100 and pull the development by a half stop. If I do my part reading the exposure meter, I'm generally very happy with the negatives produced. I've been thinking of giving Kodak Tri-X 400 a try. I wanted to see what the mythic Tri-X "look" was really all about. Somewhat like my FP4 methodology, I intend to shoot the Tri-X at 200 and pull the processing by one stop. Since I don't intend to ever "push" Tri-X, I use a tripod 100% of the time, I'm wondering what I can expect compared to what I've been getting from FP4? As I'm mercifully free of the ravages of experience or wisdom, any helpful comments dispensed are sincerely appreciated.