I already have several rolls of 24 inch paper in various surfaces, including "Somerset", which is Epson's matte finish equivalent of their Velvet Fine Art, one of my favorites.
The assorted technologies used in digital cameras (hardware, software, optics, LCD display screens, etc.) continue their rapid evolution, with no end in sight. We do live in exciting times.
As mentioned earlier, for some obscure reason, I am deeply interested in color theory and management. It is a fascinating discipline that has its origins with Isaac Newton, one of the first to explore it.
I am convinced that no two people see color in exactly the same manner, possibly/probably due to slight genetic differences. Remember, the human eye/brain system presents us with what we expect to see, not what we are actually seeing. And, we have no way of proving that an object has any intrinsic "color". All we know with any certainty is how we perceive different wavelengths of light reflected from it. Interesting ...
HBB in Phoenix, Arizona Nikonian Team Member
Photography is a journey with no conceivable destination.