New Enlarger to me....
Yesterday, I picked up (2) Enlargers, along with a whole other DR equipment, such as trays, timers, paper, sink, etc....
Beseler 4x5MX motorized with standard head,
Beseler 67C with color head and stabilized power supply.
I currently have an Omega D2, and that's what I've been learning on.
I'm not sure if I'll ever print color work, but can I use the 67c to use for b/w enlargements, and use the color settings for contrast -vs- using filters for multi-contrast papers?
Of course, I have no clue as to what values to set those dials, but was more curious than anything. I'm going to take the Beseler for a test drive later today.
If you D2 has a condenser head you may find a few advantages to printing with a diffusion head. Dust and scratches are less noticeable and you don't have to worry about changing condenser settings as you change lenses and print size. For multigrade printing the built-in filters should work just as good as the ILFORD graded filters. That PDF above is a 'must read' for everyone printing with Ilford multigrade paper.
My 67C with colour head is slightly easier to use for larger prints from 35mm than my Omega D6.
The one enlarger that can do it all. Beseler 45!