OK Folks... Interest is now falling off! I would like first to deal with those who are in the US. Certainly Nicholas, and perhaps akaa. I will PM everyone shortly. One point however...In my hands, outdated ilfochrome is perfectly good for making formula changes, and assessing the resulting effects. However, in general, beyond 1-2 years post-date, the color values may get a bit muddy, with a greater propensity for the often mentioned cross-over condition where the lower densities go cyan, and the shadows go reddish. Before you begin, those of you with old paper should have some idea of how it performs currently using standard chemistry. Fresh ilfochrome is preferrable for any final result....yet, most of you have expressed your respective levels of poverty. Please give this some thought!