I was reading an article in a digital camera magazine the other day where they compared printing the same image at different resolutions. Now, they used an Epson printer that printed at 1440dpi - dots per (square) inch I presume. They concluded that there was no point in a picture being any more than 300ppi (pixels per inch?) because after that there is no visual improvement. This confuses me a little - if the printer can print at 1440dpi then surely it is capable of showing the differences between an image with a resolution of, say, 1200ppi over an image with a resolution of 300ppi? If 300ppi is as detailed as the eye can see then why have printers that can print at 1440dpi and above? Can someone explain please. Thanks, Matt.