I am using Ilford MG Warmtone and I feel that I have tweaked as much as I can from it. The results have been pleasing, but of course I want a little more. The way this paper treats zones 2 thru 6 is beautiful. I am after a paper that tones much the same way, only with just a little more punch in the highlights. I currently tone the paper so that the highlights are unaffected by the toner, but lend dimension to the mid tones. I like to think there is a paper other than neutral or cool tone that has sparkling whites, but tones like only a chlorobromide can.
I haven't tried another paper other than Ilford MG IV, (neutral doesn't tone like I want), and am looking at J and C Polywarmtone or Forte Elegance Polywarmtone plus.