I work for a company where the big plotters outnumber the standard size printers. I have on occasion gotten the opportunity to go see some of the latest and greatest machines on the market. During these events, the sales rep will encourage you to bring your files to plot out as an example. Some guys bring giant floor plans of mansions, some bring their most complex engineering specs, and some... bring Transformers comic book covers scanned in. At the last open house I went to, I had them print out my scanned file of IDW's Transformers #1 (THIS ONE) on mylar (its like plastic paper). I framed it and hung it in my office it was so nice! Although, using the plotter and paper he used, it is literally water proof and I could have hung it outside like a flag! So we just got a comparable machine here in the office and I need to print... ahem... a few test plots. What would you print out if you could go up to 44" wide? Post up some ideas for me or just something you wish you could print as a poster. As I learn the machine I will get an idea of the cost per print. I've got free reign over it as long as I don't cost the company money... so maybe some cheap posters are on the horizon?