Summary: If you are having the same problem as above (too much magenta shows through when using Photoshop) go here: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=kb400878 I just bought this printer today and haven't tested it out yet because I'm too poor.
Summary: A3 at this price and quality is hard to beat
Pros: Very high resolution! There is absolutely no discernible dots on the print - except in the very brightest highlights. NEARLY no printing stripes, only visible in some areas on very close squinting - in practice, as good as none. Use photoshop for colour management - it's more accurate than epson's software in my comparisons. Dont forget to turn epson printer driver's colour management off if using pshop colour management.
Cons: monochrome is indeed deficient. Dark grays are definitely green, light greys are mildly magenta. One annoying quirk is the hue shift during ink drying - it appears to be dark magenta that is the cause of this phenomenon, and means that you shouldn't judge the print till it has thoroughly dried (you can watch the changing hue if the print is layed over something warm). Colours are vibrant, though i seem to find the colours deficient of magenta overall. I've been compen...
Summary: I got rid of the green tint completely through various trials of different settings for the printer. What eventually worked was according to these steps: 1. Click print 2. Click page setup 3. Click Advanced (bottom right-hand corner) 4. There will be a drop-down box for paper type, select plain paper (as garryr pointed out) 5.
Summary: The green tint in shadow areas disappears entirely when I choose paper over Epson Glossy Prints in Preview on my mac. This is in the Preview program; the screen following the Print prompt includes a small version of the print on your paper some lines about the photo, then a box called Preview (confusing, I know). It is a pulldown. Choose plain papers. Then move the button below from Automatic Advanced. Unclick the high speed mode, then click print.