I'm looking forward to trying this paper given the reviews it is getting from Sexton and others. However does anyone have experience with selenium toning? I favour neutral to slightly cold tones. Currently I use Oriental VCFB, and a 3-4 minute toning in KRST at 1+19 yields a slightly cold tone with some intensification, which is what I'm after. If left in the bath longer, or with higher concentrations the paper quickly shifts color substantially, so it requires care. So what I'm wondering is if I can get the same results with MCC 110 in KRST. My understanding is that even though it has a pure bright white base, the natural tonality of MCC 110 is on the warm side of neutral. So I'm hoping whatever warm-ish or greenish tone it has can be neutralized in KRST (with some intensification) without a substantial color shift to cold browns (?) or purple. My favourite was Kodak Polymax Fine Art lightly toned in selenium but since it was discontinued, so far Oriental has been the only neutral-cold paper that looks similar to me.