The biggest drawback is that the resulting negatives are very hard to deal with when it comes to scanning. You can probably see the awful artifacting in the sky which is caused by the really dense negative. I'm assuming the scanner has to push it's capabilities beyond it's means to retrieve the information.
There's not much info about specific times for specific film so I had to estimate based on a few details I found from other people online. For anyone who stumbles across my blog in search of the same thing, these are the times I used for the images below. I went on the extreme end, so that I know to dial back for future. In the end I probably overexposed or over-processed slightly but I was pretty close.
AGFA Vista Plus 200 ISO @ 24 degrees (c) for 15 mins in Ilfosol 3
Ilfostop for one minute
Ilford Rapid Fixer for 7 minutes
|Admittedly, I wish I caught this one with proper black and white film.|