Not totally sure of the definition of luster these days, so I don't know if these qualify:
1) Canson Baryta Photographique for smooth, OBA-containing. My go-to for anything that will be made into a poster and laminated, unless I need a glossy laminate.
2) Canson Platine when surface texture is wanted. OBA-free and a nice paper.
3) Innova Warm Cotton Gloss is like Museo Silver Rag, with sort of a linen-like surface. No OBA, as I understand it.
4) Museo Silver Rag: Again a very nice linen feeling surface, no OBA but pretty bright. Some surface irregularity problems, prevalent some months ago in some supply lines, has apparently been solved. Museo replaced several boxes of product that I had that were affected graciously and free of charge.
I have a particular aversion to the Epson Premium Luster paper, for some reason. It's as though I ate a box of it as a child and got dreadfully ill. Hate it.