I tried the Premium Semigloss profile from the Lepp site last night. The results look okay with the particular image I printed, but the Epson profile again matches the display more accurately. The other profile came out with a little less saturation. The Epson profile generates a cleaner sky blue, the other profile shifted the sky into a more magenta color. Again, the Lepp profile sky didn't match the color on my calibrated display.
I have to question the settings shown on the Lepp site page for the Epson driver. Leaving the high speed box checked can make make the tonal rendition less smooth with more linear banding. On the 2200, I can see a modest quality improvement printing at the full 2880 res setting. If I'm not in a hurry, I'd rather have the print quality at the best the printer can deliver. In theory, the profile should be created for specific printer settings, so I wouldn't stray from the Lepp site recommended settings for their profiles. I've found the Epson profile to be very accurate at 2880, with high speed unchecked.