Is there a reason why we can't have a PK Ultrasmooth Matt Surface?
narikin, it's all comes down to physics. The deeps blacks and vivid colours that gloss surfaces produce happen because they are efficient light reflectors. The surface is smooth, and light striking a smooth surface at 90 degrees is directly reflected back. It's coherent light. This is also why there is glare, for when you view a gloss image at an angle the light is also efficiently reflected. Well positioned lighting is critical for viewing a gloss image at it's best.
A matte surface conversely, is designed to scatter light. It's "bumpy" or irregular, and and there is less light reflected directly back, and less coherent light. That's the reason that matte black is less punchy and the colours have a smaller gamut. It's also why there is no glare, for the same light scattering properties hold true when you view the image at an angle.
Bottom line, we can't have out cake and eat it too!