I've been playing around with two different paper types I got with my first ever Palladium kit. I got the Cranes (the big advantage of the Cranes is that it is a much faster medium - the downside is the stuff dissolves worse than generic paper towels when wet) and the COT-320. I have a couple of questions about the COT-320. I notice there are two distinct sides to the paper - one smooth, the other coarse. I have been coating my emulsion onto the smooth side, but my prints seem to still be soft and have too much of a paper texture showing up when dry. Should this be happening, or do I need to do something in addition to avoid this, like re-sizing the paper? I've built my own UV lightbox more-or-less - I got six 24" bl-b tubes from Home Depot, and mounted them to the underside of my enlarger table. The lamps are very tight to each other, as I've read about in various descriptions of how-to-build descriptions. I've got the shelf where I put my contact frame about 12" or so from the lamps. It seems like my exposure times are somewhere north of 15 minutes, but I've only had real success in printing using direct sun exposure to date. Do I need to modify my setup in any way to improve my results, or do I just deal with 20 minute exposure times? Also, how do you gauge proper exposure under blacklights? I have a decent idea when something is properly exposed using sunlight, as I can see the brown darkening. Any tips at all will be greatly appreciated.