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Royce Bair of TSSPhoto wrote: > Please remember that we are also talking about a "family" of watercolor papers - -- these test results apply to all 3 of the Lysonic watercolor papers [Standard, Soft & Rough] and all 3 of the Lumijet watercolor papers [Classic Velour, Museum Parchment & Flaxen Weave] -- because all these papers are made from the same paper base, using the same coating.) I find this difficult to believe. Even if the papers are made from the same base and have the same coating, the surface texture _must_ affect how the ink is absorbed and hence the light-fastness of the resulting print. I am not willing to extend Henry's remarks for him or accept extensions of his remarks from vendors. If he says it was for Lysonic Standard, then it does *not* necessarily apply to Lysonic Soft or Lysonic Rough unless he specifically states that it does. Family resemblence or no. Miller Abel Santa Cruz, CA - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.