i have an rc print in my darkroom that has travelled with me since 1981 ..
its migrated to probably 15 apartments/ homes/dorm rooms&c
never been matted/framed .. never toned, and was one of my first prints ...
and it looks like the day it was printed.
the problem with rc is the misconception that it is olde bad rc from the 70/60/50s
and "a plastic print" when they can infact pe processed to be as arcival as fb prints.
i enjoy printing on rc .. saves water and time, and looks as good as fb most of the time ..
i dont like the logo on the back though, and dislike attempting to wax or paint on them which seems
more difficult than hand coated or fiber paper
I think the bad opinion about RC papers also comes from the fact, that many contain own developer.