Do you concern yourself with the colour of your B&W prints? What magical combinations of chemicals, witches cauldron ingredients, or dances by the full moon do you add to the mix in order to achieve the colour you want? Are you happy being green?
I've been wondering about this lately in my usual stew over it for a couple months before I do anything about it kind of way. For some reason my prints seem to be missing something...
Since moving to VC papers I've been using Ilford Multigrade IVFB developed in a home brewed Metol-Glycin developer to which is added 15ml of 2% benzatriozole per litre of stock solution, then it's toned in selenium toner 1:10 for about 3 minutes, or just before it "eggplants". These stand shoulder to shoulder with the same images made on the original Zone VI Brilliant paper developed in Zone VI developer that were then selenium toned.
I'm going to try a light sepia, regular selenium toner combination in a while to see if it adds that little something. There's so many combinations of paper, developer, additives, and toners out there...what works for you?