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>Thanks all for the great feedback on new printers. Just in case >you're interested, i decided the 1270/80 is the right one for me. >I'm trying to locate a 1270, but will go with a 1280 if i can't. > >So, since that was such a great discussion, i have a couple of other >questions: > >1) what combination of inks/papers are your favorites? > >i've traditionally used the Epson Photo Quality Glossy Paper with >the inkjetmall's "darn good inks" for most test printing > >then lumijet gallery gloss with epson ink for printing. > >and have been trying the Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper recently, >with mixed feelings. > >I'd be interested in your input. again, my uses are mostly test >prints for editing photo stories, then portfolio prints. occasional >prints for clients. > >(i've tried to check the archives, but can't seem to access any >archives. so if this question annoys you, let me know how to do >that, if it can be done, and i'll go away.) > >second, has anyone used the ViewOpen calibration software? > >thanks in advance, > >jana b. >- >Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate >subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. -- Hi Jana: I'll give two of my favorites: Epson Premium Luster and Epson Heavyweight matte. There are hundreds more to choose from. All the best! -Andy - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.