Metallic Paper Question

I am wondering if anyone has any experience with Piezography Pro on any of the “metallic” papers that are available. I’ve looked at a few and have come across the offering from Hahnemuhle that looks interesting to me. It is a 100% cotton rag baryta paper with the dynamic appearance of a metallic paper, Photo Rag Metallic is a unique medium for pigment and dye-based inkjet printing. The paper itself has a natural white color, with no optical brighteners, and a barium sulphate coating yields immense color depth and detail. Complementing this is a shimmering, silvery high-gloss metallic finish that benefits imagery with metallic elements, high contrast, reflections, or other striking visual elements. The heavyweight paper has a basis weight of 340 gsm, a thickness of 18.5 mil, and is acid-free, lignin-free, calcium carbonate buffered, and ISO 9706-compliant to suit archival printing applications and long-term exhibiting or storage. Also what would be a good Piezography curve to experiment with. I would assume a gloss Baryta of some sort. My main papers are Canson and not familiar with Hahnemuhle.