I bought 20 36 exposure cassettes direct from Ilford.
It is a budget film intended to complement the standard Ilford films. It is also though that a number of other black and white films sold under other names are actually this film. One company no longer sells Agfa black and white film for as far as they tell it is actually Kentmere.
It seems to have a reasonable 3 stop range making it suitable for general use. I have used it to trial and test a couple of cameras and found it to be fine. For the speed and price the pictures look good. It does show when used with good specification lens.
I have processed it satisfactorily in Paranol-S which is supposedly a Rodinal clone
Below are some examples of the film taken with various cameras.
Taken with Olympus iS-100 on Kentmere 100 film
Taken with Olympus mju II on Kentmere 100 film