I'd like to follow up ont his because I'm new to the digital world in general (and the D100 in particular). My understanding from Photoshop is that sRGB color space is intended for Wed applications or prsentations (on screen display) and that one should use Adobe RGB (1998) when intending the final output to be a print, because Adobe RGB(1998) has a "wider color gamut." Assuming that you follow the advice above about making sure that everything in the process (camera/scanner - software - printer) is using the Adobe RGB (1998) color space, is this correct? Or, if I wish to get more saturated results, I could use Mode III or sRGB generally, print from that space (without converting to Adobe RGB (1998)) and retain the more saturated results in the print?
(I know I can increase saturation in Photoshop, and I sometimes do so now; I'm just interested in figuring out how to get the initial, pre-adjustment results I want in camera)