Hi Been taking pictures for a while now, im no expert but a keen ameteur. Using a 2mega pixel finepix, about to go for my first digital SLR. Anyway, to my question. Ive been doing the maths, and a "2 mega pixel 1600x1200 image will print a 240dpi picture at 6.5" x 5" (approx). I like to print my images on A4 and to be honest my 2mega pixel images are coming out pretty good. Again doing the maths this works out at about 145dpi, way below 240dpi but honestly, they are not bad prints. So, my Epson R200 has a quoted resolution of 5760 x 1440. This is what I dont understand. It has 6 ink pots and 1440/6 = 240, hence it is capable of 240dpi. (Been to all the web sites, analy trudged through all the info and I think Ive got my maths right). So, whats the relevence of the 5760 part ? Surely 240dpi means exactly that, 240 dots per square inch. Or is it 240 dots per inch per line, and 5760 lines. Im a little confused. Help appreciated. Chris.