When I print, I usually like it just a little less constrast than most people. Is that too weird? I see a lot of great photos and I think the contrast is right on. But when I print and I'll make one that I *THINK* is constrasty for most tastes, but then I wind up making one less constrasty for my taste. Does this make the print "wrong"? I know the difference between a muddy print and not enough. But I think in terms of ranges, there's a low range of acceptable contrast and a high range of acceptable contrast. Is this how others percieve it or do you guys have a magic bullet that says "this is the perfect contrast".