I have been using Classic 400 (which is supposed to be the same as Fortepan 400, i.e. from Hungary) in my Minox 35 GL P&S for some time. At 400 ASA I was disappointed, everything seemed to be bleached, low overall contrast. Then I remembered that, on the fotoimpex.de website, they stated that it was a red-light susceptible film, good for low-light situations, and I took good pictures in available light situations (Jazz concerts in bars and clubs in Berlin), and I had it pushed to ASA 800. Pretty good contrast, grain still low, excellent results. Didn't scan any so far, sorry for that, but if you bear that in mind (that it is a film which is "superpanchromatic") - just push it one stop, and you'll be more than satisfied!