Excerpt: Sick and tired of Epson issues. This is the answer. Any negligible differences the Epson may have an edge on some specific paper on specific image over this printer I am Happy to give up for all the things I will no longer deal with on the Epson printers. done! If you find one available, get it.
Excerpt: Bought this HP Z3200ps 44" to replace my HP 5500ps 42". This new printer is great, B&H by far has the best price and customer service, but here's some things I've learned that might help. ACCURATE COLORS FROM PRINTER *MOST IMPORTANT*...
Ink. Ink. Ink. Ink. A litter of ink cartridges nestled in this printer
HMMWV "God, Country, Corps", Amazon
26 January 2013
Summary: When I picked the Z3200ps 44" printer is was for these reasons: 1 - I wanted a pigment printer in the lab for long archive prints 2 - I needed a wide color gamut and the Z3200 ps really knocks it out of the park 3 - I like b&w photos but hate it when they turn green or yellow with age 4 - havng used...
Summary: If you use a lot of sheet media you will be miserable! Difficult to load and very very slow once you jump through all the hoops. Print driver software very unfriendly. If I had not gotten a killer deal on this I would gone back to Epson printers.
Summary: I have had the 24" Z3200 (non PS) for almost two years now and have probably printed close to 500' of roll paper on it, including prints for my recent show. Unlike the previous reviewer I have had nothing but great output and a great printing experience.
Summary: HP service center called and worked with me for two weeks replacing parts and uploading software to fix my printer. Thanks Cesar from HP I'm spending another hour trying to load paper into my HP printer, every day it rejects the paper loaded.