I'd like to try my hand at some Ilfochrome printing sometime, but having never done any colour printing at all have some probably stupid questions about filters; apologies if this sounds stupid, but any advice would be gratefully received! Anyway, at the moment I have a B&W condenser enlarger head. I sort of assume that unlike colour neg printing, I could stick an Ilfochrome directly under it (or with only a UV filter) and actually get some kind of passable image; but, to do anything seriously I'm assuming I'd still need to make adjustments for colour casts. I have no interest whatsoever in colour negative printing; and from what I've read, with Ilfochrome once you've got yourself a 'standard' colour balance you don't need to make adjustments slide-to-slide or print-to-print. Which means the inconvenience of using colour printing filters rather than a dichroic head may not be that great. Soooo... My dilemma is, I can buy a dichroic head for my enlarger, but obviously it will cost. Or, I can buy a set of colour printing filters from someone like Lee and do it 'by hand', on the assumption that it'll be a pain at first but once I've got a basic handle on things no more trouble than changing multigrade filters is for B&W. Any advice/experience on which is a better path?