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Royce Bair wrote: "The dye-sublimation prints made by the Alps 5000 should last about 100 years, and at 2400 dpi the Alps may be considered by some to be better technology than Epson's." Will you please point me to the source of the information on the tests showing that "the dye-sublimation prints made by the Alps 5000 should last about 100 years ..."? When we were selecting between Epson 1200 and ALPS for home digital darkroom use, we were lead to believe that although ALPS "regular" prints last a long time, the ALPS dye-sublimation process has much lower longevity. Another reason for our decision was the banding we saw on prints from several ALPS printers. Has that been corrected? Thanks for you help, Regards, Lubos. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.