I'm trying to print a cartoon design (mostly B&W with a few fills of solid color - no gradients) on a CD jewel case insert with my Epson 2200. I currently have the Photo Black ink installed but I'm getting a very "washed-out" black as opposed to a solid DARK black. As a matter of fact, the colors are also kind of dull! I noticed that when I tried printing on business-card paper stock (which is heavier and thicker than CD jewel case insert paper stock) the black was darker (and the colors also more vivid). Would the Matte Black ink cartridge solve my problem by producing a darker "pitch-black" black or does the problem lie elsewhere with the paper absorbency level? Unfortunately, the paper stock for CD Jewel cases and labels is standard so I can't change that. I need to produce professional looking results as this is not for personal use. The other alternative I thought of is using glossy paper for the inserts but this paper is not Epson-brand so who knows what kind of color reproduction I would get. Has anyone had any experience with this? Any suggestions would be greatly helpful. Thank you!