Roger, selenium alone won't give a cold neutral black. You'll get more of a chestnut brownish bias
to the black - not brown per se, but an unusual effect a bit different than other papers. Might be
agreeable for certain images. Same with developers. The MQ or PQ cold tone developers that might
work for other papers won't achieve a true black on Fineprint. They classify it as "neutral" tone,
and the silver iodide emulsion is rather unique. Amidol is cheap to use. It's very effective and one
rarely needs as much of it as some of the recipes call for. But there's certainly no harm in using PQ
cold developers. You'll still get a rich print, but with an image color a little more like MCC.