Overall results have been good, but seems expensive per print, and I've found it to have one very annoying flaw.
Kevin C Albertina, Amazon
6 May 2015
Summary: I have this printer for several years now. I like that I can print large size pictures with it. It is reasonably accurate colorwise and while I can't say that black and white pictures are perfect, this printer performs better than most that I have had.
Summary: The Pixma Pro 9500 Mk II without a doubt produces some absolutely stunning images. I couldn't be more pleased with the results. However, the 14ml ink tanks are in a constant state of nearing empty. It seems like there's always a warning of low ink on one or two cartridges.
My First Major Printer - Disappointed with the Ink Quantity/Cost
27 November 2010
Summary: I won't falter this printer for it's printing ability. My photos and design work turn out beautifully. However, it has nine ink cartridges and each one is about 2 x 3 inches with a depth about the width of my finger. Each one is quite small and quite expensive about $20 per cartridge.
Summary: I have used the Epson R1800 (and the smaller R800) for several years and when it wasn't clogged it printed beautiful prints. The heads finally just clogged up and I was forced to get another printer. I have used other Canon products for decades so biased toward their products.
Summary: I purchased this printer when if first came out. Very few reviews were available then. I have been very disappointed in print quality on glossy paper, even Canon's own Photo Paper Plus Glossy. I had some cheap paper from local office supply store laying around (Staples Photo Supreme Satin).