Ok, I hope I have this in the right forum. It's an analog question in essence. Ok, well I can't print RA4 traditionally. Because of this, I usually scan all of my color work. When I scan negatives/positives, I only make modifications that I personally have the skill to do in the darkroom. This includes Levels, Dodging/burning, and cloning/spotting crap that was included by the scanner, and a bit of flashing and brightness/contrast adjustment. Also, I use a very slight unsharp mask to add back the sharp look that the scan loses from the print. This is for Black and white. For color, I do all of the above, with the addition of saturation, color balance, you get the idea. My question is, What are the real limits of RA4 printing? Have I been doing anything that you can't do in a traditional darkroom?