I hesitate to ask about this process since it is a hybrid silver/digital technology. Transparencies are high-res scanned to a CD then the Durst Lambda equipment uses a laser device to put the image onto a silver halide color negative paper that is processed in conventional color chemistry. The result is a photographic archive quality print rather than an ink jet print. I had high hopes of a beautiful result, but I was really disappointed in the color rendition compared to my original Fuji Velvia transparency. Has anyone had good or poor results using the Durst Lambda system? I am requesting the color lab to try again because of the very poor result (overly blue and too dark).