When I wrote "unsharp", I didn't mean the name of the Photoshop tool, I meant to literally reduce the sharpness. I use a Windows PC, and have Photoshop set to the CMYK proof. My images, as I see them in Photoshop, look accurate and fabulous on my Samsung smartphone and in my car's media center. I use 1000 x 1000 and 600 x 600 across the board. I realize that larger .jpg images embedded into the files may not be ideal for some, but this plan works for me. I have a lot of soul and jazz music albums from the 60s, 70s, and 80s that do not have the proper artwork available online, if at all. It's not easy for me because the CD versions often have the wrong, or screwed up artwork, and I do not have the ability to scan a full-size cover without having to deal with stitching, which doesn't always work out for me.