This really depends upon your needs. We print on a lot of uncoated Japanese papers at Cone Editions. But, they can not compare to the inkjet coated Japanese papers. And the Japanese coated papers can not compare to the uncoated.
The uncoated have depth and soul - the image being of the paper rather than on top of it. The black is convincing.
The coated sheets have great detail and crispness and the dMax is better.
So it depends upon your expectations. If coated sounds more like what you want - then go with an inkjet coated paper. The custom curve will smooth things out and produce less dot gain - but may not get dMax to where you want.