Funny because I was fooling with Gevaert G262 last week -- that probably makes two of us for the entire year ;-). Unfortunately I was only playing with MG Warmtone Fiber and I never got the tones toward red, no matter how much I diluted the developer. I've become convinced Ilford's papers simply aren't terribly flexible. The once exception I've found to that is Warmtone bleached back and redeveloped in lith -- that gives some funky tone shifts with parts of the print drifting towards yellow/mustard color. For the right image, it might be interesting.