My first print was on my 7890 (stock ink) as a baseline printing from Photoshop.
Second print was on my 4880 using Piezography Pro ink, printing from Photoshop. The print was beautiful and much, much better than the standard 7890 b&w print.
Just tried printing with QuadTone Rip on my 4880 using Piezography Pro ink and the correct Quad Profile. The print was hideous:
The print literally looked like I printed on the uncoated side.
Bronzing was worse than I have ever seen.
All are printed on Canson Baryta, one of my favorite papers.
I assume I did something wrong, but other than linearizing, I followed all the instructions…