I was involved in a discussion recently about backing up one's images in the digital age (currently I use CDs and DVDs) and the need to migrate those images to new platforms and formats as technology evolves. I also concluded that an excellent way to back up your back-ups is to simply print your images and store them in a dry, dark location with no temperature extremes. But, I must admit that, over the course of a decade, I haven't been completely pleased with the results I get from any printer that I can afford for my home. It's always one issue or another. Plus, I'm not all that sure the economics of home printing work out all that well compared with taking your memory card or USB drive down to the local Target, Wal-Mart or drug store and allow them to do the printing for you. So... back to the question in the headline... how many of you still bother with prints? And, if you do, do you print your own or have it done outside?