Hi King Joe,
Can't help you much with the Albright rods at all, let alone the one in question but I have a couple of thoughts that you may find helpful.
Go look at Rio and Airflo's websites and dig into the Spey Line Recommendations. That should help you establish a somewhat of a grain window. You could always give them a call or send them an email for their recommendations.
Know that these lines are made to fit a mass quantity of rods as opposed to a line that is truly a tailored fit.
If you want the tailored fit, give Steve Godshall a call and he can make you a line. Be prepared for a discussion, he'll chat with you about how you fish, where you fish and many other good things.
If you want to go off the shelf... check out Red Shed Fly shop and give Poppy a call. He may have some experience with the rod that he'd be willing to share with you. He's a super guy to deal with and very knowledgable about all things spey. I'd bet he can tell you what line that rod likes and he can likely get an off the shelf line to match it for you.
I had to dig for this one, but I remember a parallel discussion with one of our members who had purchased a Wright & McGill Rod. For some reason I was thinking he had bought and Albright. You may find this an interesting read, or not
got the new rod