Ok, I figured someone on here would know the answer to this as I don't have a clue. I ordered some injet II and Inkjet for darks from imprintables. Its nice b/c they are about 30 minutes away so I can pick up what I need. Anyways, so I have made a couple of shirts with them and the feel to the shirt is hard. I just started this so I thought it was normal. Well, I went to order from Dowling and they said they would send me some samples. I got them today and decided to go ahead and press them on my scrap shirt. The feel to them is unbelievable. You can't tell it was a transfer at all. The feel is just amazing to say the least. I'm have a digital mighty press(from imprintables) and am using the epson cx7800 per Lou. Is all transfers that I print going to feel hard like that or is it just the paper? I want the feel that Dowlings has. I'm making a big order through them on monday now b/c of it. Anyways, sorry for the book but it is just really bothering me that they feel so much different and I know that customers would like the feel that Dowling has but they don't always want stock transfers and sometimes might just want one that I could print out in no time. Thanks in advance for any advice or help that can be given.