I'm not being sarcastic at all. Joe Freeman recently sent me two prints from his Senior thesis show at the Rhode Island School of Design printed on Ilford MGWT, developed in amidol and toned in selenium. They were two of the finest prints I've ever held in my hands. I know that some of his other friends, accomplished Azo printers, have also started using it. I recently bought a box, although I haven't yet had the chance to try it as I don't have the right light source at home.
Originally Posted by hpulley
A word of warning: you need a much less dense negative for MGWT than you would for Azo or Lodima. If your negatives are exposed and developed for a contact speed paper, go out and make some new ones that are thinner lest you waste a lot of MGWT (which is damned expensive!).