I am gearing up to try my hand at making some large prints - up to 30" x 40" as I have a large drum for this. Right now, the only large paper I have is a 30" roll of Supra Endura digital. I have some questions: 1. Generally, what kind of results could I get with this if I print using a conventional (C,Y,M) enlarger? 2. Would I get better results closer to digital exposure if I use my Philips PCS 2000 enlarger? It has a tri-color additive head, mixing narrow band filtered RGB light. 3. What likely complications will result from attempting room temperature processing (it is hard to maintain elevated temperature in a 40" long drum). 4. I know this is contrasty, saturated paper; I might try it with ECN-2 negatives. Any comments?