I would like to help you out with this but I'm afraid there is still as much subjectiveness in making an Azo print as there is with an enlarged print. It still depends on the photographer and the printing skills.
My suggestion is the same as Brian's; go to the auction site and buy a print from George Provost or Bill Bartells or anyone else who may be selling there. The price is still far less than one has to put out for a box of Azo and the Amidol chemicals. George Losse has his own website and offers a Print of the Month at a reduced price.
The main reason I say this is because I got to see some Smith/Chamlee prints first-hand a few weeks back. Their's are great and mine are pretty tepid in comparison.