Thanks for all the replies.
Sounds like I will be happy with my Z3200 when it shows up.
Since I just got the base model no APS. Is it best to use the onboard profiling spectro and software or will I get better results making my own with Monaco Profiler Pro and my old trusty spectrolino/scan setup?
For printing color photos should I go for Crane Silver Rag or HPs' Baryte Satin Art Paper or HP Professional Satin Photo Paper?
Canvas. I have been running Fredrix 901WR and Fredix 777 is this compatible with the Z3200? What about coating? I have been using eco print shield any problems there??
Paper preference tends to be a matter of personal taste.
At least with my Z3100, I find I cannot top the image quality of HP's professional satin. The surface is very unobtrusive, gamut and D-max excellent, and the weight is adequate. The plastic feel only matters if it's loose in a portfolio box.
Lots of folks love Crane silver rag on the Z3100; personally I just don't like the surface texture.
HP's Baryte satin fine art paper was a huge disappointment for me; the color gamut and texture are quite nice, but I consistently got nasty surface ripples (cockling) on any large print with significant shadow areas. Initially it was a disaster, because the paper buckled so much I was getting head strikes & zebra stripes on the prints. HP to their credit went so far as to modify their paper preset for a lighter ink load almost immediately when I lodged a complaint, and with the newer preset I no longer get head strikes, but the cockling is still objectionable. At least a couple of other folks have had similar experiences. If your prints are mostly high-key it may still work fine for you, but my photos tend to be dark & moody, so it doesn't work at all for me.
I really like several Hahnemuhle papers on the Z3100: photo rag pearl has a lightly textured surface basically identical to HP's baryte, but the paper is heavier so there's no cockling at all. It's the best for color images where red gamut is important. Probably my most-used paper for color.
Photo rag baryta has a better d-max, and its surface is a bit finer, with a fairly unobtrusive fine stipple similar to (but finer than) Epson premium luster's. On the downside, with the Z3100 it is really lacking in red gamut. For your Z3200, this may be much less of a problem. It's my favorite paper for black & white.
Finally, photo rag satin is really different. Color gamut is quite small, d-max nothing to write home about, but the surface takes on a subtle sheen that is quite beautiful for images not requiring neon color for impact. It provides a kind of attractive gloss differential that actually improves tonal separation in shadows.
Hope that helps.