Hi there. I understand that most home/office style printers are calibrated to receive files prepared in an rgb format and don't generally print cmyk prepared files well. If I am preparing cmyk files for a printing company to print digital laser copies of say greetings cards, how could one best adjust or purchase a home/office printer capable of giving an idea of colour? Are there any suitable for adjustment in this way or is one having to rely on paper swatches for colour accuracy? I suppose what I am saying is that I'd like to print at home with some accuracy of colour so I don't have to send out and pay for regular colour interim proofs as I don't have a large budget. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.