What Thomas says.

this paper needs to be pulled from the dev before the blacks really start coming in, use a stop and watch the print explode in the fix.

Only paper other than Art 300(which is the same emulsion) that does this. If you standard print it does the same thing.

Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
No, Ilford MGWT is unique, even with standard chemicals, but it's more pronounced with lith developers, in that a lot of contrast is unveiled once you put it in the fixer. It's as if a very visible veil is simply 'cleared' and there is almost an explosion of contrast. It is not subtle either.

But it is true that a stop bath is absolutely necessary. Can't not use a stop bath.