I have recently read the article in the latest edition of View Camera by George DeWolfe, "Piezography Quadtone Printmaking and the Future of Black-and-White Photography: One Man's View". I will ask a couple of questions based on the assumption that most people who contribute to this forum have read or will read the above mentioned article. <p> 1. Mr. DeWolfe states that, "the combination of scanned high quality black-and-white negatives and prints, a dependable driver, a high resolution printer driver, the Piezography BW Quadtone Inkset and archival papers have enabled us to produce prints from an inkjet printer of higher quality than we traditionaly produced with silver and platinum media". I have only seen such prints reproduced in magazines. Has anyone on this forum seen such prints and if so, give an objective comparison to silver or platinum. 2. I am fairly literate about the components used in his specific workflow to output a print. My question to anyone who has experience with the hardware and software, what is the cost for these components minus the computer? I have been working with 4x5 and 8x10 for several years and while I enjoy the darkroom, I have no qualms about migrating to just shooting and processing film and going digital for prints. I know these issues have been discussed before, but in light of this article and recent articles about Huntington Witherill using medium format negs and digitally "remastering" them into 16x20 contact negs maybe there is some fresh insight from the group that will help me and others to decide if and when to make the jump. Thanks for any and all responses.