Because this is ultimately a PiezoDN question thought I should post here. I’ve been using k7 insets, selenium and carbon, on my 2 9880’s for a long time. Both use WM1 and will print both matte and glossy. The matte DMax always seemed adequate to me, so why not. Since PiezoDN for k7 became available I’ve been using the selenium printer to output both palladium and silver negatives with very good results using the calibration tools. The silver output I’ve become quite partial too and don’t want to compromise that aspect. Also I’ve tested the new MatteHD ink on a 1430 and see an advantage of that for matte papers. So I’m considering reconfiguring the 2 9880’s to a P2 inkset using both the PK and the new MatteHD. Seems the glossy printer wouldn’t compromise any PiezoDN output but also see the possibility of converting both printers to Pro , one with the MatteHD and the other with PKHD , thinking that I could use the PKHD printer for the Dneg output. A Pro set up would be better utilization of the current carbon printer as I mostly use the selenium. Will I still have same level of success with the Digital negative output that I’ve achieved using the old k7? Will a 8 channel Pro printer have the same or better tonality a k7 set has. My sense is that a 11 channel Pro certainly would but what about the smaller 8? I really want to stick to my tried and true 9880’s. I don’t see the newer 11 channel printers a palatable option .Sorry for being so long winded. Any thoughts?