hi again -

before i invest a ton of $$$ in a roll of paper, i would get a bunch of 8x10 samples of papers you know come that way, and write the names of each paper in b/p pen on the back ... and make a sample exposure to see what paper will suit your needs best. who knows, you might like the "talking heads more songs about buildings and food" mosiac approach better than the roll approach ... it would e a lot easier to process a bunch O' 8/10s than a 5x3 foot sheet of paper in a sink or in wallpaper - hanger's troughs ... you would have better control w/ smaller paper & exhausted developer too ... sorry, just thinking aloud ...