I was wondering what folks do to prep their files for printing besides the obvious cropping to the print proportions. I've had hit and miss results on both paper and metal when it comes to producing sharp, detailed images that don't seem to match the screen image. Do you folks resize the image at 300 DPI (so a 5x7 would be a 1500 x 2100)? Do you post sharpen (that is, after you do your usual sharpening of a RAW file for the screen) image before you output the print file? Using LR, do you use the output sharpening as well? I'm not talking about color here. The lab I use seems to get the color pretty close to what I expect. It's the detail and sharpness that I'm struggling with. Or are prints just not that inherently sharp compared to screen images . . .?