Pyro is not wysiwyg. For those who use Pyro, how are you judging the proper print exposure? A UV Densitometer? Except for a brief attempt with Pyro, I've been using Rodinal for my negs; and the contrast range seems good for Lodima as well as pt/pd. I do use a regular densitometer for it cuts down on the number of working prints needed to get to a final print. A regular densitometer can be acquired rather cheaply off the auction site; but you can also use a light table and step wedge for a visual determination. Create a mask with two holes - one for step wedge and other for your negative. Visually pick the highest density of your neg and compare it to the step wedge. Keep notes, and when you've achieved good exposure for a print, use the neg reading as a guide for future prints.