I miss printing. There was a time when I did pretty much only Landscape and used large format cameras. I didn't get all that far but did make several prints up to nearly five feet wide over a few years. I mostly printed ( or had prints made ) on canvas, stretched over a wood frame, as I just love the 'painterly' look. I spent hundreds of enthralled hours searching out worthwhile scenes and would go back time after time at different seasons and under differing atmospheric conditions searching for the new, different and or inspiring captures. These were the best days for me as far as my photography is concerned. I don't miss film. I could do much the same thing with landscape today with my present equipment using stitching. Now that I do mostly wildlife I would print smaller but still as large as possible. I really really like large prints. I sold some prints at a gallery but did not care for the whole 'art' scene. Today I would print only for myself. I live in a rather small place and don't have the walls to really display large prints well but am considering a pivoting rack system where many prints can be hung and viewed sequentially in a rather limited space. Kind of like they hang nice area rugs at a retailer. In the 'old days' I never did acquire my own printer. I came close. I was right on the verge of getting an Epson 9900 when a major life change skewed my plans for a couple years. I think I'll get a mid sized Epson and get back to it. I remember how much satisfaction I once got from just looking at my own good prints. I may have to hire someone to get me set up with it however. I may not have the patience to teach myself ink jet printing. Anybody else wish they still printed or might you be thinking of getting into it?