FYI I have been using JandC Polywarmtone Classic for years and the last 2 batches (from Forte) have a significantly warmer image tone than before. Perhaps their manufacturing has gone more to Bergger's specs. Also of note, is the difference in paper weight. While the newest paper from Forte is still double weight, it is not the triple or museum weight that we have come to enjoy. This does not pose any problems that I can foresee. The color shift in the emulsion, however, deserves some developer and toner tweaking to arrive at the results enjoyed in the past. I used to use Agfa Neutol Wa with this paper and tone at 1:16 for 1.5 to 2 minutes for a split tone. Now I find that I can get the same results with Agfa Neutol Plus developer and tone at 1:16 for 3-3.5 minutes for the split. Like I said, the same results can still be achieved with this paper, and I might add that this paper is second to none, for me, and in my experience, there is no substitute. Let me know if you have had similar issues with the latest emulsion.