This, I guess sounds good on toner-based machines, but this is going on an HP Indigo, not a toner-based machine. Plus, the fact of the matter is [23,82,79,18] does not look like [23,100,79,18] we tested it even on one of our toner-based machines. When working within a color-match sensitive environment, as we do in the direct mail/print marketing industry, colors matter to a client - especially when dealing with large clients with corporate colors. In this example, [23,100,79,18] matches their corporate color perfectly (even on the toner-based machine), [23,82,79,18] does not and is unacceptable. Therefore, is there any way to over-ride this technique, or is there any way of adding a feature to over-ride this technique?