Summary: A few days ago I just finished printing through one of those 5,000-sheet boxes of paper, all with the Brother 410w that I purchased just 4 months ago. There were some hiccups along the way, but overall it is still working OK. Wireless Excellent wireless capability.
Summary: I bought this printer at Office Depot for 50% off after seeing it on Amazon. It is a great printer. Ink usage is good, and the cartridges are really cheap. It has good print speed. The wireless features work flawlessly for printing and scanning.
Summary: First off, I already have an older Brother multifunction printer which looks like & works almost exactly the same as this one. However, it is not wireless. It still works but I just use it as a back up now. General setup and wireless installation with the CD took like less than 30 minutes.
Summary: So as not to restate what other commenters have said, I just wanted to make a couple of comments on connecting to this printer via wifi. First of all I've only had it long enough to install it and print off a couple of pages - print quality seems to be up to snuff, and it is pretty quiet, as others...
Summary: This printer is a nice compact unit that does everything it is advertised to do and does it well at a very reasonable price. I don't really care for inkjet printers, especially for photos, since the inks are water based and leave a damp page that needs to dry out.
Summary: This is the only printer I've owned that has lasted over a year. My only complain is that it is sometimes slow. It does a lot of thinking and clicking before it prints. But it is reliable and defiantly NOT for photos. I use it for text. Update: Still working great!