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I am considering the Ultra-fill Tool Kit, ($29.95) and Endura Inks from WeInk. (www.weink.com). Ultra Fill is a vacuum fill kit for epson and other inks. I haven't decided on which ink set I will use but it is between generations, lyson and MIS and possibly Endura from Weink. All of these inks would be suitable for my purposes. Paper is also uncertain. Archival permanence is the major consideration. Endura inks from Weink use Lysonicú Fine Art Inks with High Stability #005 Yellow as its basic ingredient and are further toiled and bubbled by WeInk to create Endura. The way that Weink describes Endura inks on its web page sounds like using it is a black art known only to the cognoscenti of color matching and printmaking, which I am not one of. I like the convenience claimed by Weink for the Ultra fill Tool Kit and the permanence claims of Endura. Have any of you out there had experience with Ultra fill or Endura inks? If so, what is your opinion? Has this topic been coverd in earlier strings? (I am new) Thank you. Printer is epson 1520. Gene McLaughlin - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.