1. Will this be useful or not, but I've not found any clear way to include first linearizion chart *.ti3 data to the next linearized chart *.ti3s - the first have direct device data, the last have linearized device data. So it's impossible to add just printed channel wedges to further main ti3 for colprof. Another problem: I forgot to input -K *.cal parameter to printtarg and have print and read non-linearized chart. How can I join this chart with another one but linearized? 2. Quick RGB profiling Printing and measuring PrintRGB 130-patch wedges (my A5 page have 391 patch capacity): targen -v -d2 -G -e3 -s130 -f0 RGB printtarg -v -ii1 -T360 RGB CHARTREAD -v RGB printcal -v -i RGB targen -v -d2 -f391 -G -w RGB_OFPS printtarg -v -ii1 -T360 -K RGB.cal RGB_OFPS CHARTREAD -v RGB_OFPS colprof -v RGB_OFPS targen -v -c"RGB_OFPS.icm" -A0.95 -G -f391 -d2 -w RGB_OFPS_2 printtarg -v -ii1 -T360 -K RGB.cal RGB_OFPS_2 CHARTREAD -v RGB_OFPS_2 profcheck -k -x -w -e RGB_OFPS_2.ti3 RGB_OFPS.icm Profile check complete, errors(CIEDE2000): max. = 4.197503, avg. = 0.970148, RMS = 1.177961 Joining of RGB_OFPS and RGB_OFPS_2 data into RGB_OFPS_782.ti3 colprof -v -qu -iD50 -oshaw -S"sRGB.icc" -P -dpp -A"Hewlett-Packrd" -M"HP Photosmart 8253" -D"HP Photosmart 8253 @ Lomond Matt 20091107_Lin not included" -C"Nikolay Pokhilchenko 2009" RGB_OFPS_782 profcheck -k -x -w -e -iD50 -oshaw RGB_OFPS_782.ti3 RGB_OFPS_782.icm Profile check complete, errors(CIEDE2000): max. = 1.741373, avg. = 0.321470, RMS = 0.389358 See attached archive. The whole impression: With ArgyllCMS 1.1.0 RC1 I can to profile the difficult RGB printer by few of patches. With previous versions I had to print about 3000 patches for reasonable profile quality. The one of a great improvement I noticed is A-to-B table precision and smoothness for both RGB and CMYK modes. The curves are smooth, but the tolerance is higher! Now ArgyllCMS have no drawbacks. It's a complete and stable. I'll check the black generation difference (or not) between xicclu and colprof/collink soon. I Hope the information about RGB profiling will be useful.