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Hi All, I'm trying to get PS 5.02 set up for printing on Epson, and am following the setup procedures recommended by Ian Lyons, Andrew Rodney, and Apple's instructions for PhotoShop found at http://www.adobe.com/supportservice/custsupport/TECHGUIDE/PSHOP/CMS1/color_set.html Where I'm confused is in the concept of what's going on. Most talk about CMYK setups, etc. but I don't believe this somewhat complex area is necessary for printing on Epson, since it takes RGB files. Am I right? The confusing thing is Adobe's statement at the above site: Grayscale Setup: "Select Black Ink for images that will be printed. This causes Photoshop to include the dot gain values from the Ink Options section of the CMYK Setup dialog box. If your grayscale images are intended for video or the Web (i.e., they will only be viewed on-screen), you don't need to compensate for dot gain. Choose the RGB setting instead. " Which one? I'm confused. TIA for your help. Tim Olive - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.