"Can you e-mail me that shot", does leave me a little dissatisfied. I really marvel at very high quality prints; the sort you might see at professional photography galleries. The good thing about digital photography is that no longer to you have to suffer two wads of crappy prints of some party (it was funny on the night I'm sure). If someone has to print them maybe there will be a couple of exceptional shots! I use a a Canon 9950 A3 printer, not the best for longevity of prints, and a host of papers (yet to find the ultimate). I mostly like Harmon. The better Canon papers are good. What printer/paper combination do you like best - I would like to upgrade to a pigment printer one day!