Earlier in the month I posted a question regarding printing postcards and having paper jams with the heavy stock. I was using an Epson 2200 with poor results.
One suggestion was to try Red River Paper. I ordered a box of their 2 sided, 65lb matte. While the results were wonderfully crisp, the Epson still would jam with maddening frequency. I emailed customer support. The next I received a voicemail message that acknowledged for high volume printing their paper would jam. The rep (who saddly I could not make out his name) suggested that since I was not creating materials under this application for long lasting use, I should try a Canon i9900.
The Canon i9900 arrived yesterday. This thing runs like a tank. I can fill the paper feed slot with the 65 lb paper, tell it to print twenty copies and when I come back later, IT HAS. Not a single jam.
Granted, I will continue to use the Epson for prints that I need to be color-fast, but for printing promotional materials, the Canon wins hands down.
Thanks to all who made suggestion.