I finally discovered that I'm not able to print pictures, that I have developed in light room, and have them come out way different than the pictures actually is.
Its a calibration or print module/printer setting issue. If everything is calibrated right and your print display lighting is correct the prints and screen should match fairly well considering one is transmitted light and the other is reflected light. I used to make my prints but just use a PROFESSIONAL commercial lab (Reed Photo in Denver) for paper and aluminum prints now and they match well. They are VERY consistent. It takes some initial test prints to get everything right but well worth it if your lab is consistent. If the lab is does not do a great job of maintaining their calibration than you are just chasing a moving target.