I'm finally trying to do a safelight test after multiple printing sessions, and couldn't even get the flash point of my paper. I used Ilford Warmtone and Cooltone as I've already been using these and had good results. f/16, timer at 1 second, 6 steps, pulled sheets out of the middle of pack. The Cooltone resulted in a mass of dark grey. (Actually, the first time I tried w/ steps of 2 seconds and it was all black). The Warmtone showed 6 distinct steps at least, but all fairly dark...the lightest was definitely medium grey. I don't understand how this is possible when I usually print at f/11 without issue. This isn't my personal darkroom, it's been a rental space available for I believe nearly two decades and is rented by perhaps a dozen people at a time (individual use, though). It doesn't sound like anyone's ever had issues with the safelights, which is why I didn't check when I first started. I've only printed 5 sessions, fairly certain I'm using unexposed paper for the test, but is it possible that these two papers would be fogged THAT badly that they are medium grey with only 1 second exposure @ f/16? I didn't continue with the actual safelight test, by the way...the greyness was really throwing me. I should also mention there is no red safelight (other than the red filter for the enlarger). There is a yellow safelight about 5 ft from the enlarger and an amber light about 12 ft from enlarger (perhaps 6ish ft from my developing tray). It's already a fairly dim room, but there is a third option light I can switch to (also amber), very dim, that would put me in near-total darkness.