before i go any further, i know that prints are subjective and that everyone has different tastes and that if i'm content with my prints i should just shut up and keep printing etc, etc......BUT..... sometimes the status quo is boring. i'd love to try every paper out there, but i don't have a lot of money or time as i work 12 hour shifts and don't make much money. so, here's the low-down: i shoot kodak tri-x and plus-x almost exclusively in everything from 35mm to 4x5 (with some tmax in there from time to time). i used to print with kodak paper with great sucess. i'd print with kodak elite fibre prints forever if they still made it. now i kinda just stick with ilford muligrade IV RC deluxe and oriental seagull vc in a satin finish because it's readily available in the store. i ran outta both papers and i'm looking to buy some new stuff. i wouldn't mind getting back into fibre based prints either. i shoot a lot of "old stuff" like old cars, graffitti on walls and doors, farm equipment, broken down barns and i use a little more contrast than the average joe. i don't do portraits. any suggestions or starting points would be great. i know the best thing to do is try them all, but like i said before, it's not entirely feasible. that being said, any advice is welcome. thanks in advance....jordan.