I have the same problem: prints come out darker than I want, compared to the screen. I managed to get the colors less or more correct but I am waiting for a new calibration/profiling device (the old one has become very unreliable).Thanks. I was almost happy how they turned out. Some of them I should've made a bit lighter, since they were going on a wall without spot lighting. But otherwise they're nice.
In my experience displays tend towards blue hues when not profiled. Correcting for this on screen gives yellowish prints when using a correct profile for the printer because the printer doesn't know the file is compensating for a too blue display.One thing I've found with Canson ICC profiles for the Pixma Pro-200 is that they tend to lean a bit yellow. With some images needing the yellows toned down a bit and given a slight magenta boost. But nothing really huge with the Baryta. It might have been the BFK Rives that gave an unusably yellow look with the manufacturer's profile. But out of the four Canson papers I've tried, that was the only one where this was a real issue.