Scott, I'm glad you brought up this issue again. I printed a sign today that I set it up in photoshop. I had a cream background...and burgundy type. I added an outer glow of the 'default yellow' to the type. The type also ran across a picture along with the cream background. I saved as a high res jpeg in photoshop, brought it into Omega (1.56)...the glow behind the type that sat on the cream background looked 'okay' when you zoomed in on it, but it printed as a big white blotch!! I'd at least expect what I had on screen to print somewhat true. I noticed it on the first color but went through all the colors hoping that the black would filter itself down in and make the fade effect that I was looking for. If I played around with the black and white filter, I'd think I may get a better result - but then the picture would grey out?? I chalked this up to the 7% rule to the Edge 1. I re-ran it deleting the outer glow effect in photoshop and it was fine. Bummer, but fine. My problem is that you can't to my knowledge tell photoshop that the effect should be above 7%...and it was yellow, not even white!?! So I wouldn't think it should even be a problem. What should the black and white filters be set at and do you play around with them??
BTW - Went for a new LE and GS15plus....couldn't be happier!!