Some times with a print with large white areas the density is off. By eye I'd say 1/3 of a stop maybe a little more. The colours are fine but the printing is just too light. What I'm guessing is the analyzer is being fooled by the large amount of white the same way a reflective light meter might.

I could just spot the other areas in the print more but usually the white area is the important one. The nicest thing with the analyzer is I can just expose a drum full of paper and then go process. Knowing that the final result will be right. The only two areas I'm having any problems are the white images and cross processed ones. I can't get any wierd colours out of the cross processed stuff. Stuff looks way too normal-)