For a "specialty" feature that no one else is offering in this price range, how about a clear gloss toner and drum so with an Illumina printer small print shops could simply swap in the "clearcoat" drum and toner catridge and run the prints through for a second pass to apply a clear high-gloss perfectly uniform finish. The Illumina would allow me to short run postcards for example, but the finish still isn't as good as the results from outsorcing to a press that has uv glossing capeability. Ane I believe Kodak's standalone nexglosser costs more than two illuminas, as does a standalone uv coater or laminator, not to mention the extra floor space required. Why not simply a swap in gloss no-pigment toner and drum (wih no pigment in the start toner/developer). This could provide a $1000 gloss option that would make the printer be able to produce output with a finish quality unmatched by any printer in this or 5x this price class in uniformity and high gloss!