These folks have the first of a multi-part review of the Kodak 5300\nprinter;\n\n[URL]http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRINT/K5300/K5300.HTM[/URL]\n\n\nAll the 5xxx series printers include a scanner. It's sold as an\nall-in-one. The scanner bit wasn't significant to me but that review\nhas this as one step in the setup;\n\n\nCalibrating the Printer. The LCD will tell you the printer has to be\ncalibrated and what to do about it (press the Start button). Oddly,\nthe calibration image is printed on 4x6 photo paper.\n\nOnce printed, you place it face down aligned to the front right\ncorner of the scanner glass and lower the scanner lid. Then press\nStart again to scan the target and calibrate the scanner.\n\n(this is done before teh prnter is connected to a compuer, so it's all\ninternal logic.)\n\nDoes this mean that the printer can effectively make adjust for paper\nand ink to make it's photoshop profile dead-on? I assume it has, or\nwill have a PS profile.