Post 4 on this thread has these two examples of Tod Gangler's work with UltraStable (purportedly)

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1345/...46724910_o.jpg
http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4059/...ef55cd67_o.jpg

2nd picture down is another UltraStable print.. http://ccp.library.arizona.edu/exhib...ide/ofacts.htm

Also, check Davec's post in this thread; #23.

From what I've heard, the colors are not as saturated as some other print methods, due to an inherent lack of transparency in the pigments. I'm not sure to what degree this holds true however.

I wonder if a screen-printer's diazo sensitizer could be a "drop-in replacement" for dichromates..