Quote Originally Posted by photomc
one note, the COT320 white, can be very 'White' so if you are looking for a warm tone, it might not be the best paper,

Just a quick suggestion. If you have a paper that you like to print with, but it's too white for you, you can turn it into a warmer paper by tea-staining the finished print. I happen to like the color that Celestial Season's Earl Gray gives. Use very weak tea. One tea bag in 1 or 2 liters of water. Soak for a few minutes with some agitation followed by a final wash. Works great and makes your darkroom smell good, too. I don't suggest tea staining prior to printing because that caused fogging with some papers I tried.