Hello, Sirs. I would like to ask advice from somebody who was making and remember details about setup of CP (paper channel) on this kind of enlargers. The main question is - what is realistic possible deviation obtainable. Is it possible to go that close to YMC = 1 1 1 as manual says? Maybe there are some tricks how manually to improve function of CP paper channel? Function of CP channel for negative color paper have a look like: F11 T .. Y .... M . C . D . m 4.1 - 59.1 - 42.3 - 0 - 30 - 6.380 13.8 - 61.8 - 43.9 - 0 - 30 - 12.167 46.4 - 63.1 - 46.1 - 0 - 30 - 22.493 [sorry, can't format table well here] That is function of filtration to obtain neutral grey print from test neg of 0.7D grey on minimum (m=6.380), maximum (m=22.493) and middle (m=12.167) obtainable magnification factor with reference 150mm lens. The best possible deviation that I was able to get was C M Y / 2 3 4. I think partially that might be because of Crystal Archive paper that was stored for some 2 years in office conditions. (Do you think it is possible?) Do you have any advices how to get closer to the manual recommendations as for the deviations?