I picked up a 100' roll of this stuff the other day, cheap-cheap, based on vague references to its lith properties. The box is sealed, and it appears to have spent its life in a cool, dry geographic locale. I can find no data on this paper anywhere on google, and this forum has only one reference to it. Here's my basic q's: 1) Any lith experience would be helpful. Basically, a starting Kodalith dilution, sulfite/bromide balance too. Probably "season to taste" as usual, but a starting point would be good. I imagine it is a slow paper. 2) I have access to a darkroom where I could chop this up, but that leads to another question. I don't lith bigger than 16X20, so in the interests of shelf life, should I chop the whole thing up and bag/freeze it in smaller lots, thawing as necessary (this amount of paper will last me at least 4-5 years), or should I just pull a year supply off the roll? 3) Perhaps an old data sheet exists somewhere in somebody's darkroom. I would trade a print for a data sheet (might take a month or two to reciprocate.) Of course, any wisdom on the handling of paper in rolls would be helpful. I don't even know what safelight to use! I'll check back after lunch. Thanks, everybody.