Thanks for all the input. I put off doing any color for years because of all the horror stories about color balance and toxic chemicals etc. Now I find all that was hooey. Analog color balance is a whole lot easier than Photoslop and I haven't smelled anything at all from the RA-4 stuff.
Really very simple and so sharp that I have to defocus or try to hold a softnet under the enlarger lens on some of the girly stuff.
Right now the Endura in 'N' surface is the only paper I have and it seems to work great. When I get low I'll test the other surfaces.
The image below is a print scan from an 8x10 I did last night. The film was Portra 160VC rated at 100. One large softbox with gold insert. The rest of the 'set' was lighted with five other studio lights w/gels and two spot lights. I built the 'set' in my living room.