About a week ago, we bought an Epson R260 printer so I can print directly onto CDs and DVDs and the wife can print some pix. Anyway, I finally install it and we do a few test runs on some pictures that were taken by a professional photographer and given to us by him. I was disappoint with the picture quality of the pictures when printed on various sheets of glossy paper. Skin tones were orangeish on the glossy paper but they were ok on matted paper. We're using the original ink carts that came in the box and cheapy paper (for now) until we dial this thing in. If I remember correctly, we selected, "best picture (2nd from the right), glossy photo paper, 5x7". Those are our settings. Should we select "photo enhance"? Or any other settings? Is it our paper, maybe chemicals reacting with the ink? We did buy some glossy paper at Costco but I'm hestiant to open it until I resolve this PQ problem.