Everyone has a preference on papers. RC IMO makes a great print, has a wonderful DMAX, and a very durable finish.
However I quit using for my framed prints for the simple reason, outgassing. RC will outgas and fog the glass.
Yes, I know there are tons of posts about how to handle this issue, but in reality for me, none really work, especially on larger prints, say 23 x 33 or 30 x 40. It's very easy to use some of the methods people list on smaller prints, say 12 x 18, 11 x 14 or even 20 x 30, but on large prints, you start to risk damaging the print in the process.
When I had access to a heat press, I was able to dry mount with heat 125 degrees F, and most times this would eliminate all of the outgassing, however my connection to the press is gone so I am back to other methods.
RC has curl which is very hard to totally remove even with a D-roller or similar tool.
I still proof on RC for many of my prints but the final work is done on either, Vibrance Rag, Breathing color, Canson Platine, or Epson Exhibition Fiber. None of these will outgas to the front of the print. Matte paper I still prefer Optica 1 (yes I know it has OBA's but I have yet to see any issues), and moving toward Pura Smooth, both from Breathing Color and Epson Hot press Bright. For the watercolor paper effect I prefer Canon Arches 600 W.
I have torn down way too many prints, both in galleries and sold, that were printed on RC paper to clean the glass.
Just one view, and I am sure there will others.