Neat...but I am trying to figure out why? Who is going to buy it to such a degree that it could be profitable? The other direct positive paper (was it Efke or Adox or Fotokemika or sumthin'?) did not last long at all at Freestyle. I wonder if they have actually formulated a new emulsion or if they are repackaging whatever is left of that other one. I can't imagine a use I would have for this, as it is fixed grade high contrast. Perhaps making black and white prints from enlarged low-contrast litho positives printed from color negatives would be a good use. I cannot imagine that a fixed-grade, high-contrast paper would be a good choice for printing from slides. Also, why is it not being retailed?
P.S. More info: http://www.harmanexpress.com/prods/1...TIVE-PAPER.htm. (£27.42 plus shipping for 10 sheets of 11x14 fiber-based. OUCH!!!)