Matt - Fuji's "digitally optimized" paper is exactly the same thing as used for optical printing on enlargers etc. It works for both. Any other distinction has to do with paper weight, contrast, sheen.
Making it digitally-optimized, compared to previous product, simply means it was made a bit more
sensitive to green light. A few cc's adjustment on the colorhead is all that is needed to recalibrate
from previous batches - indeed, less color adjustment than we often use from one individual neg
to another. Whether papers are sold in cut sheet or roll is simply a function of the predicted market
usage.