This is my first post in this forum, so if it's in the wrong place or been covered elsewhere, please point me in the right direction. Thanks. I've had difficulty getting real borderless prints on my S9000/G4 digital darkroom set up. Someone who has had similar problems suggested trying Canon's Easy Photo Print, as it solved the same problem for them. I don't know if it worked for them because maybe they didn't know how to drive Photoshop to do the same, but I thought I'd give it a try. But Canon Easy Photo Print won't even start, as it just doesn't see the S9000 under OSX, though other apps output to it OK in OSX. Running EPP after rebooting into 9.2 finds the printer OK, but it seems it only recognises .jpg files. Weird. I'm running the latest version of EPP downloaded today, and the latest OSX S9000 driver. Canon's support asked me if I'd set borderless option in Printing Prefs, but I can't find it. The only Printing prefs I can find are in Print Center, and that just lets me set default paper size. I mailed them back to ask them what they mean, I haven't heard yet but it's early days. In the meantime, my backstop, EPP, still won't work under OSX and I've had nothing from Canon on that yet. I've also put a question into one of the Apple discussion groups today, but not had a response so far. Can anyone offer some insights into this? I'd really prefer to use OSX wherever I can, but is the only option to go back to 9.2? If I get any feedback fron Canon and/or Apple I'll post it in here, but in the meantime I'd appreciate any advice.