I use what ever paper is on sale, Epson, HP, etc. and during a recent trip to Costco, I purchased the Costco brand of glossy paper. I am considering purchasing a CISS from Ink Republic, and they will provide the printer profiles for my R200 printer if I choose the pigment ink. This seems like a no brainer since I am having so many problems with my prints looking totally alien to my monitor. I have calibrated my monitor, ViewSonic VP930b but the Epson is still putting out strange muddy prints. I can't seem to find the profiles for my Epson printer anywhere. I am not a pro, I scrapbook and print my photo's and scrapbook pages at once, so being critical is not that important, but I would like a reasonable print. Does anyone know who manufactures the Costco paper so I can let the CISS people know what profiles I need? Am I on the right track with this? This is all so confusing and I am not sure I know what I am even talking about LOL LOL. I read on this forum about a calibration tool Profile Prism that is in my budget, what you do think? Thanks, in advance so much for reading this post.