Hi, I was thinking about some strong, inexpensive, but very smooth paper for kallitype process. Till now I'm using Arches Aquarelle (fin) which is very nice, but it's hard to get good detail because of paper texture. In some cases such texture is very desirable, but not always. So, yesterday I took sheet of injket Epson Archival Matte, coated it and tried simple exposure. Result is really, really good. Lots of detail, smooth tones, high contrast. Looks like good quality inkjet print. The only problem is that it's hard to coat it without any streaks. I'll probably have to try do double coat. I wonder how archival will be such print? EAM is quite good itself, but I'm not sure how good it can be after treatment using chemicals used in kallitype process. Well, I don't need 100 years longevity, since I don't sell my prints. Anyway, I'm going to make some more tests tonight but it looks very promising.