I have continued to be blown away by the Tri-X and HC-110 film/developer combination. While I will continue to use the slower Ilford Films for moving water, Tri-X will be my primary architectural and landscape choice henceforth. I do not have to do much in post processing as the scans look right from the start, in terms of contrast and tonality. High values do not block and high contrast images that would block with HP5 hold detail with Tri-X and HC-110. I am going to experiment further with this film/developer combo with the Holga 120N and HolgAngulon. This level of excitement existed from my first roll developed in that IUSB lab those many years ago. It is the thing for me that is missing in digital work....the intrigue of the chemistry and excitement of opening the film tank and taking that first look at the negatives before they are washed (or thrown in the waste basket, as can sometimes be the case in the first stages of testing).