I have an opportunity to acquire an Epson Ultrachrome Ink Fuson Stylus Pro 7600. It was in the frame shop I have just negotiated the purchase of. It was already there, and he asked me if I was interested in it, he hadn't used it, just bought it to "play around with". Not knowing what it was, my knee-jerk reaction was to tell him to take it with him. It's huge and takes up a lot of office area space. I have a hunch I should have kept it, and it may not be too late. After reading the posts in "The Life Cycle of a Frame Shop", I have a feeling I should change my mind. Anyone know what this is, what is it worth, and how can I incorporate it into my frame shop? I'm willing to learn as much as I can about it, if it will be beneficial to the future life cycle of my framing business.