I have to get a new monitor for the computer. The one I've got is a flat panel, but it's a really old flat panel and the contrast is crap. If I dial up the brightness so the whites are white, the blacks start getting wimpy. If I dial down the brightness to get black blacks, it's not bright enough to be useful. This makes doing much fine exposure adjustment of raw images on the screen a bit iffy. Not impossible, just too dependent on clipping warnings and such.
It may be possible for me to like the new printer more than I do, but I doubt it, and the result would likely be unnatural.