I stopped my serious B&W film work about 15 years ago. I'm in the process of opening up the darkroom and I have already been shooting some fresh film and processing some old exposed rolls that I have shot over the years. Almost everything that I used in the past is still available . . . I mostly shoot Tri-X in 35 and 120(6x7). Processed in PMK, water for stop and TF-4 fixer. All good. Paper is processed in Dektol, water, TF-4, Hypo clear and archival wash. Great. Paper? I used to use a lot of Zone VI in grade three. Gone. I also actually had a lot of success with an Adorama house brand paper that was warm tones and took sepia toner for a great look. What's the closest to the old Zone VI paper? I don't have a problem with VC paper but only print on fiber, no RC.