I have been thinking about this one and I reckon that MCC will be back as my main go to paper with MGWT for when I need the additional warmth or contrast and MGIV for neutral tones and higher contrast. MCC just gives a great all round balance although I prefer the gloss and depth of MGWT by a small margin.
BTW: Did Adox change the weight of MCC anywhere along the line? I recently cut down some 11x14 to 5x7s and during the process noticed that it definitely didn't feel like 250g - however FS states that it's a 250g double-weight base. Was this a recent change or was it always and now 180g?
Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.
About the only bad habit I've found with MC110 is the edge of the paper scalloping after it has dried. I didn't really notice it until I had a blank sheet of paper go through my process that I decided to use for focusing and framing in the easel. It wouldn't go in the catch slot on the easel. I don't recall ever having this problem with other papers to the same extent. I'd imagine this would also show up in the mounting process if you don't trim the edges of the paper first.
The second bad habit I've run into and it has caused me no end to grief, is that with the Print WA developer, there seems to come a point in developer exhaustion where one print is fine and the next is three stops under-exposed. Instead of a gentle slowdown in development, it seems to crash. Am I off my rocker on this one?