A year or so ago, I completely replaced the PC72V2+OEM-R inkset with the SE+OEM-R one. Overall, a considerable improvement in many aspects. Less bronzing, less gloss differential, larger gamut on greens (although welcome, it wasn't exactly my need) and other hues, but it lost a bit on the reds and purples, specially those mid to shadow saturated ones. On photo RC papers it's not a problem, as the new gamut, while narrowed on those hues, still reaches enough saturated mid-to-shadow reds/purples. But on fineart papers like Hahnemühle Museum Etching, the difference become visible and sometimes unpleasant because of banding and/or a too low gamut ceiling on those reds. Setting i1profiler smoothness parameter to the maximum value of 100 to solve/mitigate the banding, but of course the relatively narrow gamut on these mid-to-shadow red/purple tones remains, replacing it with less saturated orange-proned reds. Does someone has any experience replacing the PC72SE Magenta for the old V2 or even the PC1000SE-OEM Magenta? And would this recover that lost gamut area on reds without producing too accentuated side effects on other hues? Also, I recently read that it's possible to calibrate the printer, so change ink density. Would it be in some way possible to rise magenta density so I would mitigate the problem?