MAN! I got my 4800 today. I installed the QTR to check it out with Matte Blk. I scanned an 8x10 contact print that I happen to really like for tonality, sharpness, clarity. I scanned the print on a measley (don't mean to offend anyone but I own it myself) Epson 4870. I tweaked the image in photoshop so that the scanned image tones matched the print. (only required a slight curve to open it up a bit) I sprinkled in just a tiny, tiny bit of USM to make it match the print. Then, with a 65warm35cool ratio, made the Inkjet Print on EEM. WOW! WOW! WOW! The only difference between the 8x10 contact print and the inkjet was the gloss on the Fiber paper. (of course a drum scan would help for only those with the most descerning eye) Add the gloss, and all bets are off! Don't get me wrong... I like very much the matte velvety look. However, to have the luxury to choose to suit the photo between matte and glossy/satin on a beautiful Fine Art Paper would be a Dream Come True! The day is coming soon when all but the staunchest of hard core darkroom printers will join the revlolution. I'm still with both camps as I see the beauty on both sides. The gap is closing up quickly though. I can't wait to see what the Crane Silver Rag is going to look like. Anyhow, as you can tell by now, I'm TOTALLY impressed with epson's technological achievements! Right On Epson! And.. THANK YOU!