you could also try Arista EDU ultra VC sold by Freestyle, I use it exclusively. Its base is not as white as Ilford's but it has a great tonal scale and is just a bit on the warm side with a warm tone developer like D-54 and very neutral with Ilford PQ formulas with benzotriolzol added. If I develope a print in a warm tone developer then selenium tone for 2-3 min then wash of course then give a quick dunk in potassium ferricyanide(1%) I get a very pronounced warm tone that is beautiful. With the right developer it will also lith quite well. I've never had a bad batchof paper and it is very consistent from lot to lot.