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Thanks Todd, I think I'll stick with the Generations 4 Cyan and Magenta ink, the Generations Enhanced Black ink, Generations 3 Yellow, (The darker one). I KNOW these work fine. Jerry Todd Flashner wrote: > on 2/13/02 7:14 PM, Jerry Olson wrote: > > > I've never used pigmented cartridges. I think Generations 4 is a great inkset, > > and understand that the new Generations 5 MAY be able to print a decent print > > on lustre or gloss paper, but I would get a sample before I bought. > > I recently got a gen5 sample print from media street. Very unconvincing > either way. It's on a semigloss stock, and the inks don't ruboff, but the > image has so little ink to it, it's so pale and desaturated, who knows what > would happen with a rich print. Plus there is a certain amount of - I don't > know the right term, not bronzing - odd black reflectance. > > Anyway, it might work for some applications, but based on this little sample > I think it's safe to say it's not dye like performance you'll get. That's > what my intuition tells me. I'd like to be wrong about that though. > > Todd > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.