... when it comes to color accuracy. When I look at the printed output under daylight and compare with the screen, both luminance and colors are perfectly spot-on.
Something I've wondered ... is viewing prints with light from a north-facing window at mid-day on a clear day considered to be "good light" for this? Granted, this is not at all in close proximity to the monitor so I could compare the print with the monitor.
I suppose with a complex print, my memory of what the monitor looked like might be undependable. My speculation is that the north light would be suitable for seeing if flesh tones look acceptable.
It also would seem "better than nothing" for comparing a print like the Printer-Evaluation-Image from OutBackPhoto test-print with a known-to-be-decent print made with OEM inks and OEM paper. In the ball-park? Or off?
My wife is an artist and has a simple, entry-level OttLite that seems to work ok for this hobby'ist without print viewing booth.