I've been out of loop for a few years, but it's time for me to get back into graphic design. Last time I was in the loop there was basically no way to get faithful reproduction of, for example, Pantone colors on any kind of consumer printer or even the most expensive ones at places like Kinkos -- you had to send out to a real printing place. What's the situation now? Back in the day I would have a Pantone booklette of color swatches. I would select the colors I would want, read their code number, and then use that code of color in Pantone pallete with Illustrator. Is the basic method the same now? I see that things like the Huey might reduce the need for actual booklette of swatches possibly, but there's still the printing side of things. Is there any hardware available to the consumer that will quite reliably and faithfully reproduce a Pantone colors within spec?