I have done that as well--using MGIII and IV. You have to use a contrast usually of 3.5+ and the final print can be all over the place depending on what you're looking for...what I mean is, it could be okay or a total piece of crap....if the shot is portrait or something with any sort of realistic tones in it, then Panalure is probably the best bet....fwiw, there used to be one or two other papers on the market like this, I want to say Oriental made one, but don't quote me, maybe someone else remembers. Panalure can be pricey though...I had to make about 200 or so 5x7s from some color negs awhile back where I work and the price was about twice what a regular box of paper would have been....but it was worth it, because printing on regular paper looks horrible compared to panalure.

good luck & this is probably a useless answer, but if you can find a processor to use, that makes life much easier with this material...