From a 2020 thread concerning fuzzy prints here on this forum, Stratman gave this response, "Magnifying the nozzle check there appears to be early signs of splitting/bowing of the vertical lines in the latticework of the Pigment Black nozzles. This is believed due to overheating and warping of the nozzles caused by poor cooling properties of aftermarket inks." I am having this issue with one of my MX922's and wish to start using an aftermarket ink that will lessen the chances of this happening. Rather than just randomly picking from one of the many inks listed online, are there a few better quality inks that I could pick from? I don't do any critical prints, would just like to know that I'm using an ink that will hopefully not cause serious problems.