printer calibration is tricky. the eye one match is good for monitor calibrations but every paper that u feed into a printer requires a different profile. if u have a calibration device like an eye one what u can do is use it like a chromometer to calibrate the colour reproduction on the paper itself. pm me for more info but true printer calibration is impossible without some serious hardware. if u want a pau kaw liau solution you will have paw kau liau prints. my suggestion is to get a eye one or similiar device, edit yr images as per normal, but get it printed at a lab along with an embedded profile in yr image. it works out better that way.