So I have a handfull of DVD covers on my hardrvie leftover from the glory days of dvdcoverart.com... I have an Epson Stylus CX6600 printer and picked up some really expensive HP Premium Plus glossy photo paper the other day to try and print some of these out. Well the detail and quality look amazing... but for some reason I can't get accurate colors to match that of what I see on my screen and I don't know why!!! For instance, I have a cover and insert for the Muppets Magic dvd that I was trying to print, but all the hues are shifted and tinted to a shade of blue... Kermit's sweater is more brown than the bright red that it appears on my screen. The pink honker muppet looks more bluish light-grey with a tiny hint of pink mixed in. I've tried using the color enhancing feature but it doesn't make any noticeable difference and I don't want to keep wasting paper and running my ink cartridges dry... How do I get accurate colors exactly as they are depicted on my monitor??? Can anyone please help? Why does red turn brown and pink turn grey, etc? I'd REALLY appreciate any helpful tips!