Having excellent results with the Stonehenge bright white. No pre-treating, with one drop of 20% Na2 in an 8x10 produces the best result so far. Digital negs are taking 600-650 units on the 26-1k. It's a great paper, coats very evenly and smoothly, is fairly heavy, so it doesn't wrinkle and has great wet strength. Definitely going to be added to our catalog.
Not sure what paper you mean? Is this RISING Stonhenge white?