So I'm placing an order from Freestyle and remember that I need a new 100' roll of film. So far I've used Tri-X 400 and really enjoyed it, but I figure that maybe I should expand my horizions a bit. I saw listings for a few I've heard of, but don't know much about. I was wondering if anyone had any advice. First is Kodak Plus-X. It's 125 ASA and I guess it's been around for quite some time. Anyone have any opinions on this one? Second is Efke/Fotokemika 100. This one claims to use "classic emulsions with very high silver content," whatever that means. Anyone have anything to say about this one? I've tried Ilford and Agfa and Neopan--all of which were acceptable, but never really "wowed" me. I've been sticking with the TX because it's easy to come across and it just happens to be what I learned to shoot on. I should add that I'm a weekend photographer. I live in southern Oregon, so I take mostly outdoor shots on nicer (or only slightly misting) days with my Pentax K1000 and process in D76 and fix with RapidFix. I like the idea of using the slower films for more detail and less grain. Then again, I shoot mostly ruins (sawmills, industrial landscapes, mines, dams, etc), so maybe the grain is helpful.:er: Anyways, any insight any of you have would be greatly appreciated.