I haven't really printed any images in years and have decided it's finally time. I'm not really interested in doing the printing myself, so I'm looking at available options. Between a couple local printers and online labs (I'm in Canada), there are many more printing options than there used to be. Instead of just glossy and matte, I can order on canvas, metal, acrylic. I can have it mounted on mdf. I can have a "frameless" mount. The photos I want to print and display range from family photos to landscapes to macros. They will be displayed at home and in my office oat work. I'm guessing that some type of printing/displaying options work better with some types of photos than others. I'm also a little tired of the standard matting/framing look and ready to try something a little different. But experimenting can get expensive. I don't mind spending money to have photos printed, but I don't want to sink a lot of money into the displaying part of it. I envision having something displayed for a year or two then retiring it and moving on to another print. Spending $hundreds for custom framing seems a waste to me. How do you display your prints? What are your recommendations and what works best for you? Any budget alternatives that display the print well but skip the fancy framing and matting that costs a lot?