Here is the best I can do for you:
Here are the problems that must be checked for.
1. Adhesion to the support during processing.
2. Effect on silver halide itself
3. Coatability with your selected method
4. Absorption of dyes
5. Absorption and reaction with process chemistry
I have one support that accepts a coating fine but is almost impossible to coat without having defects. Another coats fine, and processes fine, but due to the inkjet chemistry it turns brown within 24 hours. One absorbs all dyes and stays colored despite processing and so you end up with a colored image with a high dmin if any dyes are present. Some are just fine until they hit the developer/stop/fix/wash (you pick the solution) and then they either bubble up, slide off or reticulate.