OK, I've tried, I've really tried, but I just can't seem to get EVEN toning with this process. It makes no difference if I smile or frown, chant or hum or work before or after midnight. I'm using Centennial POP and the B&S Gold Toner. Whether I agitate like a madman or whether I just let the print sit in the toner, I cannot get a nice uniform toning effect. The edges go gray or less brown (depending on how long in the toner) compared to the print center. This evens out a bit in the fixer step but not enough to not ruin the prints which are a beautiful tone in the center but gray at the edges. What am I missing here? This is a beautiful process, using my pyro negs that work well for Pt/Pd, but I just can't seem to get past this step. The only thing I've thought of trying is to use 16x20 paper instead of the 11x14 paper that I am using for my 11x14 negs hoping that the uneveness will stop before reaching the image area, but this may be a vain and expensive hope. Is there a technique that will bless me with even toning??? Any insights appreciated!