I don't know how many of you print your photos. I know that I didn't very often until this year. But late last year I needed to replace my aging Canon i9900, and found a fantastic deal on a newer large-format printer. Basically... it was free to me. And until the end of this month, those of you in the market for a new printer may be able to score a similar deal. The printer is a Canon Pixma PRO-100, an 8-cartridge, large-format (13" x 19" or A3+) printer that prints wirelessly over WiFi, and it has so far greatly exceeded all of my expectations. But it's the software (Print Studio Pro) that comes with the printer that has made it far better than any printer that I've ever used. Because for the first time I can actually print output that almost exactly matches what I see on my monitor. I know. Hard to believe. The software, Print Studio Pro, is a Lightroom plug-in that you use to specify all of your desired print configurations: paper size, margins, color and paper profiles, rendering intent, etc. And assuming that you have a calibrated monitor (I use Datacolor's Spyder 4 Pro to do that) what the printer spits out comes as close to what displays on your monitor as I have ever seen. But what if you're using non-supported paper, or can't download a profile for it? Well, Print Studio Pro has a built in Pattern Print feature that allows you to easily print out a pattern of up to 18 different thumbnails on your paper, from which you can select the closest match. But here's the kicker: Until the end of the month, Canon is offering a US$300 mail-in rebate on these printers, and B&H is selling the printers for US$398, which is the same deal I got last December. And since I sold my old Canon for US$100 on ebay, basically Canon paid me US$2 to take their printer. So I have been going nuts, printing and framing many of my favorite photos, and am filling blank walls with a rotating exhibit of them. Someone stop me before I print again!