I just calibrated/profiled my first roll of HP Premium ID Satin. The color and contrast are very good, but I hate the way the paper feels. I also still prefer the Epson Premium Luster for over all effect, but I'll give myself some time to get used to the HP Satin.
I have a question, as usual:
I used APS to calibrate and profile the paper. I selected GE ON before creating the profile, and named it Z3100_HPPremIDSatGE_APS918. Later, in setting up some print tests I found that profile but not one that said GE Off. Up until now, APS generated two ICC files for each non-matte paper, one with GE-On and one with GE-Off.
Should I not have checked GE ON as I made the profile? Or is something else responsible for not getting both ICC files? Also, is it better practice to do the profiling without selecting GE, or the way I did it? I know that the printer driver still allows me to turn off the GE.