I really hate the generic printer icon and I have an amazing icon for my Oki Data c5500n laser printer and I want to change the icon. I don't think there is a way to change just the icon for the printer I installed, so does anybody know where the generic icon is stored in leopard? I do occasionally use an HP inkjet printer and would love if they could both have their own icon but at this point I don't know. If it helps, the driver for this printer is not under PPDs like most of them, it's not a postscript printer and it has a plugin (.plugin) and not a .gz file. I print wirelessly using an ethernet cable to the router, and when I add the printer, I'm asked to select a driver, but it doesn't accept the .plugin file and just asks me to select a driver again. Edit: I just put in a new hard drive and was searching online for how to fix this problem again. I had forgotten writing this question, but I did finally find the solution. If you are using okidata printers in Leopard and want the nice icons (looks like this: http://postimage.org/image/2e2okz7gk/), I found these steps to work perfectly. *Install Snow Leopard drivers (even though using Leopard) *Open Print & Fax *Go to More Printers *Select OKI TCP/IP *Put in Printer's Address in this format: 10.0.1.25 *Select correct driver from list Done! Note: Will need to uninstall old drivers first if pre-snow leopard versions were installed.