After shooting the eclipse in August of 2017, I wanted to send some of my photo buddies prints. I hauled out my trusty workhorse, a 13-year old i9900, only to have it die an untimely death. Even though I shoot a competitor's camera, I've always liked my Canon printer, so I thought about getting a Pro-100. After a lot of thought, I decided that a pigment ink printer would be a better choice, so I got the Pro-10. I had little trouble setting it up, although the non-XPS driver would frequently lose contact with the hardware when communicating via Wi-Fi. (The XPS driver works perfectly, though.) After massaging my eclipse shots in Lightroom, I started sending them to the printer, mostly on 13x19 Pro Luster paper which came as part of a package deal with the printer. The results were really stunning. Eclipse coronas are wispy, thready entities, but the Pro-10 did a beautiful job with them. My friends and customers were quite pleased. I also re-printed some photos of Crater Lake that I had previously done with the i9900, and the water on the newer printer was more accurately rendered than on the older machine. I've printed about six 13x19s of the eclipse, an Aurora Borealis photo on 13x19, and about a dozen or so more typical shots on 8.5x11 paper and I'm nearly out of the photo black and the grey inks. This seems perfectly reasonable to me, given that the eclipse is against a black background. The other cartridges are about 3/4 full. It's not cheap to operate, but it's not exorbitant, either. All in all, I'm very happy with my investment in this printer, and I'm looking forward to making more eye-catching prints of my landscape work. Nice job, Canon.