here's what i found on the net:
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The Frontier is not an ICC-aware device. It ignores all profiles, assumes it is receiving sRGB data, and transforms colors to the print engine's color space using proprietary algorithms. In general, the simplest general-purpose approach is to work in the sRGB color space and leave things at that. The profiles are useful in soft-proofing the appearance of a Frontier print. If you convert your file from a typical woking space to the Frontier profile, the resulting prints will usually exhibit more saturated colors. The effect, and its desirability, depend considerably on the image characteristics. (Profiles last updated 11 March 2003)
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here's the link to the page: Color Services
and then they go on to offer downloads for paper profiles...is that the same as a printer profile???
i miss just dropping film off at the lab. this is all too high tech for me LOL