As I understand it, capture and output sharpening are interrelated. With a computer monitor, or if doing our own inkjet prints, we can immediately determine if our output sharpening is well balanced with the capture sharpening. When our images are printed with the half-tone process, we don't have this ability, unless we have the opportunity to actually view proofs as they come off the press, which is not available to most. How, then, can Photokit Sharpener offer a single high-quality option (adjusted for image size and and number of lines) for output sharpening for half-tone printing? It seems to me that the only really good way (assuming a skilled printer) is to let the printer do the output sharpening. In other words, is the Photokit Sharpener cmyk output sharpening essentially an expediency to account for those situations where one suspects the printer may not be very conscientious?