Finally had time to "really" use my new Canon Pixma Pro-1 this week. I printed a couple of 11x14 images right after I got it but yesterday I printed a collection of images ranging from 11x14 to 13x19. I have to say I like it a great deal more than my older Epson wide format (A3+) printers. Once you've installed all the drivers the printer does an AMAZING job of managing color without you needing to intervene manually. If you select the option in Photoshop to let the printer manage color the printer reads the color profile for your monitor (yes, you should calibrate that) and the printer then produces a print that is a spot-on match to whatever is on your screen. Not only are the colors great but there is a surprising amount of detail in shadows and highlights. I compared a couple of prints from the Pro-1 to the same images printed from the Epson R1900 and the Pro-1 results are more color accurate and show more detail in the shadows. I wish this printer and its ink tanks weren't so expensive (around $30 per tank) but this is honestly the best solution I've personally seen for making large prints without waiting for a pro lab.