I'm close, but struggling to get that last bit of perfection needed. I can make great prints on matte papers, but here's the problem(s) I'm having with the Ilford Gold Fibre Silk. First prints were looking great, but these were images with no dark areas in the image. But the first prints with large areas of rich black started to show up the tiny pizza wheel marks running the length of the black areas. I can spot the marks with a touch of Light Light Black, but believe it or not the LLK is dense enough when spotting that it leaves a mark that is darker than the ink on the paper. It does not show at a distance, but up close I can see the spotting. OK, some web searching led me to get some 1mm thick board and use the method of front loading for printing on thick boards. I put the Fibre paper on the board to reach the required 1.3mm thickness for front loading, and that worked pretty well except for a couple of things. First, the image is not printing in the centre of the paper, as it does when printing normally. I'm printing on 13x19 paper cut in half. I have a custom printer setting for this paper and size, and it prints properly when using the normal feed, but when using the front load approach, the image is off centre in both directions. I am definitely loading the paper according to Epson directions and definitely have the paper size selected correctly. The other problem is that the printing seems to be a hair off-register, leaving the slightest of horizontal lines in the image. Not vertical lines that indicate print head alignment issues. An Auto Nozzle Check shows that all nozzles are printing properly, so I'm wondering if the paper might be slipping slightly on top of the board underneath it. The seem to stay in register while printing though. I will contact Epson support, but I also thought I'd check with my photo.net mates too. Anybody else having these types of problems, and have you solved them? Cheers.