Did any of you tried the print out paper sold by Retro Photographic ltd.? I gave it a try during this weekend, and the paper itself seems fine. I guess it is a celloidine and not an albumen. The problem comes with fixing. As it is known, the fixing actually bleaches the print, but their instruction say "the original tone will re-appear". Well, thanks, how??? I guess that toning is the key, right? However, I tried with a final toning in Kodak Selenium Rapid, which with my astonishment bleached the print even further. I understand that gold toning is probably the right thing to do, but it's damn expensive, and all the products I see around seems more like a surrogate of gold toning than the filologic gold toner. Before asking to the guys to ship some of their specific gold toner, and leave half of my salary to the Royal Mail, has someone ever tried another (successfull) process?