I am printing using Windows Vista with a Maxart PX-5800 (which is the Japanese version of the 3800). I am printing with Epson Crispia Glossy paper (no idea if they sell it elsewhere but it is a high grade gloss), chose Epson Crispia glossy as the media type and am also using the Crispia profile. Colour management is set to allow Photoshop CS4 (version 11.0.1) to control and is turned off in the printer box. I set the print to high quality 2880. In soft proof I set the custom to Crispia and it does show as duller than my calibrated Eizo monitor. The colours on the actual prints are even duller than the proof and have no pop where the non-proofed image just pops. I am wondering if there is something I may have forgotten to check or uncheck which might be the reason for the lack of pop. That, and if there is a way to make the image print more as it appears on the monitor. Your help would be greatly appreciated.