Quote Originally Posted by Donald Miller

Until Scott tried the Azo in Rodinal I had never considered using a film developer for a print developer either.

My results with Pyrogallol as one of the ingredients in a paper developer have really impressed me. The tonal scale is very nice and the cost is less then 1/3 of Amidol per liter of use solution.
Just a quick update, I processed some Ilford WT and MGIV yesterday, using Rodinal (100 ml + 1000ml) on the same image with very nice results. Was working on prints for the print exchange and decided to give it a try. The negative is one I had not paid any attention to, so will be interested in hearing what others think of it with the Rodinal. Development time was 2 minutes (fiber paper).

When I get a chance I will see about posting an image in the gallery.