As an experiment, our friend Carl Weese is offering for sale very low-cost prints of any of the pictures featured on his blog, Working Pictures. You can read more about the ongoing offer on WP.
Carl has been a photographer, graphic designer and writer for 40 years, and has taught workshops all over the country. He is best known for his ultra-large-format platinum/palladium work (I'm still trying to get him to offer a low-cost platinum print for our readers, à la the Ctein dye transfer print offer last month. Maybe next Spring—I'll keep nagging). He's written many posts for TOP, including the very useful Paper Towel Test, which lets you know how many stops above middle gray your DSLR is capable of recording—a more meaningful metric of dynamic range than simply the overall number of stops you can record, since, often, simply "exposing to the right" results in depressed middle values.
Head over to Working Pictures sometime and take a look around. Even if you're not going to buy one, try this as an exercise in delectation: if you did have to choose just one, which one would it be?
Featured Comment by Michael Poster, Camerawork Gallery: "Carl had an exhibit in our gallery in Scranton not long ago. The prints he showed there were Epson inkjet. I can certainly vouch for the beauty of the images and the quality of the prints."