Unfortunately, I'm stuck with the term giclee in my market here in Hawaii for about 90% of the clients I print for. Some galleries are starting to veer away from the word a little, but it seems to resonate with the more democratic end of the art buying market, vs. collectors. I print for someone who exhibits at an exclusive gallery in San Francisco, though, that has my inkjet prints labeled as chromagenic prints. It sounds nice, but is deceptive. He is one of the last people I know that still shoots film, but the connection is tenuous at best, as what the client walks away with is an archival inkjet print. The fact that there was a little silver in the process upstream seems largely irrelevant to me in terms of the label on the print. I prefer to call my personal work "archival pigment print on (paper name)".