Summary: The printing itself is OK-not great. The biggest peeve I have is (and has been mentioned previously) is that when one color ink runs out, it WILL NOT PRINT!!! CRAZY considering I usually just want to print off a document in BLACK but if the pink is out.....forget it!!!
Summary: I bought this printer for its networking capabilities. However I found that configuring this printer for my home network to be a nightmare. After I wasted many hours on the project I just gave up and hooked it up via USB. At least that way it works on ONE of my computers.
Summary: You will be disappointed in this printer. It promises much but delivers poorly. The most annoying thing is its inability to do really basic things...
1) constant jams (when picture printing)
2) general misfeeding of paper
3) often feeds multiple pages at a time (making duplex...
Summary: I upgraded to this model over the MFC230 I had, hoping it would not jam paper when I tried using the heavier weight paper to do brochures up. This one was worse then the MFC230. I was CONSTANTLY unjamming paper! I am now going to have to try to go with a different brand. [...]
Summary: I'm keeping this review short because there's only one thing that really, really bothers me which others should know about. We all know ink is expensive for printers. It's one of the major factors one should consider when buying a printer.
Summary: A fair product let down by excessive running costs. Like many ink-jet products it uses ink every day, even if you do not do any printing. So even if you do nothing, it eats the tiny cartridges that are carefully designed not to be user refilled.