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My short experience with the C80 has been enlightening. The printer does not behave like any Epson printer I have dealt with in the past. It will print very well on non-glossy paper however. This is what I have learned from using the C80. If you can possibly try to not fiddle with the color correction tools you are much better off. I do not use Corel but found that in PS 7 any color correction is taken quite literally and prints that correction and it hasn't been pretty. The best results were when the printer was on automatic with the proper media setting, i.e, "matte", or "inkjet". The photo enhance drop down menu could give some better results. Donna <snip> my best results have too much magenta. It seems like it would be easier enough to adjust less magenta, but it I just can't seem to find the right mix. I kind of stumbled onto this digest and thought maybe someone could offer some advice. I am computer literate, and am learning about graphics, but definately not a professional - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.