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firstname.lastname@example.org writes: > Not being a total idiot, I don't reveal my sources. If I did, next time >I wanted information on anything, it wouldn't be there. > Of course the 3000 has been replaced. If it were still a prime Epson >printer, they wouldn't be selling for $1200 and would still be priced at > around $2000 like their replacements will be when they arrive in the >Spring. > >Jan The 3000 was replaced long ago by the 5000÷replaced as the graphics arts proofing printer. IF one wants a smaller dot size large format printer the 1200 already exists. So a true replacement for the 3000 (desktop, large format, large tanks, four inks, durability _and_ 3 piciliter dot size) would be aimed at a relatively small niche market [granted all of us would buy one or two of them]; so one has to wonder if Epson is really considering this move. william - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.