Agree that HP Pro satin Yields a very nice print. I quit using it because of my display style: Dry mounting to acid-free foam corse, matte, Museum Glass, frame. The problem is that in our case, texture related to the mounting process reads through the print. It is a subtle texture,visible in dark print areas, but easily noticeable through Museum Glass. It's harder to recognize behind other glass types. I don't mean to imply that you, or anyone else, will have this problem or that you should mount your prints.
Canson Baryta Photographique is my favorite go-to media for high gamut, high contrast work. I love this paper on both Z3200 and Epson _900 machines for PK work. It handles well, has proven pretty scratch resistant, and shows none of the above "read-through" traits. It's first class paper for sure.