Hey all, I figured I would pick the brains of those in the HTPC Section before I spend the money. I just rencently bought myself a fairly substantial Digital SLR Camera package that I pieced together and I had all intentions on letting places like Ritz, Walmart, Walgreens do the prints. But then my friend calls me and says hey come on up and check out the new printer I got for Christmas. He bought the new Canon i-960 and he let me use it to do some 4x6's on Canon Photo Pro Paper (Glossy) and I did some full borderless 8.5x11's on my cheap photo glossy and I was blown away. I think there are only two choices in the photo printer market and that is either Canon or Epson but the question is should I go for the i-960 or the Epson Stylus R300? Here are the specs of each.. Epson Stylus Photo R300: 6 Colors CcMmYK (Seperate Tanks) 3 Picoliter Droplet Size 90 Nozzles 5760 x 1440 "Optimized Resolution" 77 Seconds for 8x10 Photo 37 Seconds for 4x6 Photo Maximum Printable 8.3" (Blah!) Canon i-960: 6 Colors CcMmYK (Seperate Tanks) 2 Picoliter Droplet Size 3072 Nozzles 4800x1200 True Resolution 37 Seconds for 4x6 Photo 60 Seconds for 8x10 Photo Maximum Printable 8.5" Both printers are very similar in price and features but it seems to me like the Canon has the edge on the Epson plus I was told that Epson's Glossy Photo Paper can't hold a candle to Canon's Photo Paper Pro Glossy (I don't know if this is true or not..). Which way would you go? For anything larger than 8x11.5 I can have them done at Ritz or some other place.. But for 4x6's, 5x7's and 8x10's it seems like a reasonable price for either.