I have purchased the Canon, but yet to set it up. I use Macs and Pc, and do digital photography for a hobby. I am going to invest in a gretagmacbeth eyeone for calibration for the camera, lcd, and printers.
I have been reading the literature and forums, and I am a little confused by the use of a RIP vs a printer driver. Aren't ink jet printers CMYK devices, and if so, then could use the advantage of a RIP. However, I did see that a person had calibrated with an eyeone and said that the differences were neglible. So should you stay in the RGB space and just use the OS printer driver (Adobe Photoshop's driver) and calibrate and profile.
Speaking of profiling, the eyeon bundle states that it profiles. Do you really need something like Profilemaker then, when the eyeone bundle does the profiling also? Since you guys are pros, I would appreciate your take on it.