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we hadn't considered the fade factor over 20 years.
+1 to PerryH... the Canon 9500 should be considered if you're looking for pigment permanence like the R3000.
And another +1 for the incredible bargains on the Canon 9000... I'd pretty much sworn off inkjet printing after years and years of frustration with clogged Epson print heads... I threw away more ink than I used.
But then I found the Canon 9000 Mk II and have zero complaints... the borderless printing at 13x19 is just incredible. Like all inkjets, the cost of replacement cartridges needs to be considered, but even with OEM ink and top-notch paper (glad to see Red River chime in above), the price per print is still very reasonable and the print quality is simply stunning.