I'm starting to get a few fiber prints stacking up, and I just thought of a good question about framing etc. of fiber prints. So far, I dry them on screens and then the next day put them under a heavy stack of books for a few days. My question is...what to do next. When I was doing RC prints, I could put them in a frame behind a matt etc. pretty easy. All of the stuff I'm reading talks a lot about dry mounting. Is dry mounting absolutely necessary with fiber prints? With my prints, even after they come out of the "press" of books, they still want to curt slightly. The edge curl is gone, but due to the paper weight etc. they are pretty stiff with that curl. I guess what I'm wondering is, if you put them behind a matt, if the curl will not allow the print to sit perfectly flat (especially with larger prints) unless it is dry mounted. What do you other fiber printers do with prints you frame?