Sure I do, and usually because I want them to print that way. But I find that I can print anything on Ilford MGIV to my satisfaction. Granted, like everybody else I do screw up sometimes and get negs I can't print.
But switching to other papers hasn't helped me. It has only confused me and prevented me from eking out the maximum for the paper at hand. I do, however, get the negative right almost every time, and yes, they do print very easily to completely satisfying densities, just as I imagined them when I clicked the shutter. I'm serious. I don't need another paper. The art comes from within and the heart you put into it. I never look to my materials to improve my photography or my prints. I always look to technique and skill and how I can improve. And it works just fine for me. I am often commended for the quality of my prints.