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One thing that _is_ attractive about PRP which I forgot to mention is that it has pretty advanced color management/profiling software built in, much much more sophisticated than things like Profiler Plus - and it comes with a set of really nifty calibration targets. Not that this justifies the huge pricetag, but it makes the full package a lot more attractive to me. I still think I will probably hold firm on not getting it, but I'm tempted. Worth considering - Is CDC4x as good as Genuine Fractals? (I think it might be) Is JPEG removal something you would pay for in a plugin? (I might) Is profiling software something you were planning on buying? If those three answers are "yes" then the package is well worth the $300 educational price if you qualify for it. For me, I already have Profiler Plus, and I'm starting to think that profiling my 2000p is a lost cause anyway, so I can't answer yes to all of the above even for the ed pricing. And, tho I really like this software (well, from the demo) I definitely don't think it's a viable photoshop replacement - just a neat companion piece. >Photoshop is the industry standard. Hard to believe another program >would have all of or most of photoshops features. And photoshop is less money. > > > >Len Horton wrote: >> >> Does anyone have experience with this software? Once you have tried it, do >> you prefer it versus Photoshop 6 or 7? How does the CDC 4x interpolation >> compare with bicubic interpolation and some of the interpolation actions >> developed for Photoshop 6 and 7? Is it worth the $749? Is there any way to >> get a non-demo copy for less money? All comments are appreciated? >> >> Len >> Atlanta >> >> - >> 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. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.