Today I picked up a Canon I560 printer, along with some of Canon's Photo Paper Pro 4x6 paper (pretty cheap - 7.94 for a pack of 50). I have a Canon ELPH S230 3.2MP digital camera that I've been using. Occasionally, I've taken pictures to be printed at the kiosks at Walgreens, which print out on Fuji paper. I've never been pleased with these, as the colors not only appear somewhat faded, but the pictures lack subtle color shadings, making some pictures appear flat. Overall, these prints are just okay to have, I suppose. Today I started printing out on the Canon I560 and the results were shocking. Colors appeared as rich - if not slightly richer - than they did on my monitor. The prints on Canon's paper looked detailed, remarkably rich and picked up the subtle shadings and tones of images that I'd never gotten on prints prior. Even an 8x10 was absolutely beautiful. The Walgreens prints - never good in the first place - now looked like garbage in comparison. This isn't exactly an expensive printer, either - it goes for $115 online and there's currently a $30 rebate. I'm wondering if people find similar results with their printers. Maybe it's just been so long since I've gotten a new printer (2 1/2 years) that I'm just behind in what I'm aware that printers can do.