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I've been working with the Lincoln Wide Spectrum 6 color inkset on Ilford glossy paper and am very pleased with the gamut and the nice finish of the paper. Trouble is, I cannot get rid of the microbanding, especially in the midtones, most notably blue sky! I also see some granularity in some colors, especially the greens. (By granularity, i mean a sort of "micro-mottling" of a pure color. Makes it hellish to get a decent profile) Part of the problem is the paper, because I even get some, though not as much, microbanding with the Epson ink. I have tried the backlight film, plain paper, and photopaper settings, all at 1440 dpi. The backlight film gives the best results, but not good enough. If anyone is having good results with this ink/paper/printer combo, I'd like to hear about how you have accomplished them, because I really like the ink and paper, and hopefully, the purported longevity of the prints. Jack - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.