OK, OK, I know about soft proofing, a little.
But I still don't understand, really why we need it?
For example, I have a Z3100, build in Spectro, and use APS to profile.
Isn't the whole idea of this setup to eliminate the need for softproofing? Doesn't all of this equipment and software mean, I can click 'print' in Photoshop, and I get an exact color consistant print, matching what I see on my calibrated monitor?
I still need to soft proof, punch up the blacks a little, perhaps bump the saturation.
Can somebody please explain, what am I missing?