I have been sometimes frustrated with trying to print for a certain shade of warmth to match an ongoing body of work. I use Bergger VCCB and usually develop in Zonal Pro HQ Warmtone 1:10. Sometimes I get the most wonderful dark caramel brown tones and other times I don't. I often print with overall print color being the deciding factor in exposer and filtration. With the current batch I'm printing from I am having an awfully hard time coaxing the warmth I'm looking for. For starters, I've long since discovered I get more consistent results by "salting" the fresh developer with 10-30% old developer. This time around I've tried doubling the dilution of developer to 1:20 AND salting 25% with old developer yet I'm only getting a conservative, slightly greenish warmth that doesn't even hint at the brown tones I'm looking for and have been used to. Any advice?