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All three papers are very good papers. The results you get will depend on the ink you intend to use. There have been reports that some of the papers bleed more than other depending on the ink and the coverage of the ink. As for the paper that has the best price/print performance you can't beat Osprey. This is a 250 gsm 100%cotton content coated fine art paper. It reproduces water color prints extremely well and does a more than acceptable job on photographs. Jim Davis -- _____________________________________________________ J. Arthur Davis -Inkjetstores.com- Serving the world with fine art reproduction services and supplies. Email mailto:email@example.com Web Site http://www.visual-artists.com Get YOUR FREE Marketing Newsletter at http://www.visual-artists.com/ezcontact.html _____________________________________________________ ARTFOTO888@aol.com wrote: > > Any ideas of the best coated watercolor paper for reproducing watercolor art? > I think three of them are Somerset Enhanced, Guardian and Ospry...any others? > Somerset seems to be the most expensive, is it worth it? > > Neil > - > * 30% OFF SALE on all Lysonic Ink Cartridges for the Epson 3000/5000 * > * Thru Valentine's Day Feb 14 * NEW L-A-R-G-E Format Media Selection * > * 1-800-777-2076 * INKJET ART SOLUTIONS ** http://www.inkjetART.com/ * - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.