Experimenting is fun.
Here is a print. I mentioned the film (at least how I handle it) is low contrast, and it shows here. I had to print this with a #4 contrast filter, which is pretty extreme.
It looks pretty good to me, but if you look at the print closely the grain doesn't look too good to me. It's just too grainy.
Here is a scan from the same roll (remember it was exposed at 3200 and developed at 6400):
And a full size crop showing the g r a i n:
We all have our opinions about grain. I think this is too much. My scanner doesn't know what to do with it so it's hard to scan, and wet printing, while definitely better quality than the scans, is still too grainy for my personal taste.
This isn't exactly a glowing recommendation, is it? The bottom line is (for me) Fuji Neopan 1600 is better in the scanner and better in the darkroom.
Hope this has been helpful!
All the best,