I have followed the discussion on the epson 7900 for some months now, and with great interest, as I've wanted a 24" printer for some time. I understand the problems with the ANC and that the firmware addresses the over-zealous cleaning problem, which is best done manually with nozzle patterns, etc. It's a work around for a feature that sounded like a good idea, and I can work with that. But is the high incidence of "clogs"-- or air in the nozzles resulting from a lack of pressure-- something that continues to annoy users? Reading the anecdotal evidence on this forum makes me feel that it is a fairly problematic design flaw. Or are there any users of the 7900 who have not had frequent problems with this issue? My intended usage is not heavy duty, more like several times a month.
Great forum, many thanks for consideration,