I'm interested in others experience of developing and toning Kentona: I've just started printing on Kentmere Kentona, with and without selenium toning. In a relatively cold tone developer such as Agfa 115 the paper gives a hint of "towards warm" rich blacks, however when prints are selenium toned the tendency is towards a hot chocolate brown which seems to occur rapidly with less of a increased D-max dominant phase. Initial impressions also seem to indicate a greater brown tone if at least partially developed in a soft working developer such as ID-3 but I suspect time spent in the selenium toner bath may have a greater effect. Perhaps one way to reduce the chocolate tone is to decrease concentration of the selenium toner; currently Fotospeed SLT20 1+9 @ approx. 20ºC Tom.