Summary: I have used the MF3110 for several years and have enjoyed the laser printing qualities. However, I just bought a new computer with Win 7 (64 bit) and per conversation Canon this printer will not run with this OS, nor do they plan to update the drivers.
Summary: Have had a Canon MF 3111 for close to three years and I love it. Yes the paper tray is just a bit flimsy. We are talking about a sub $200 printer here. Has a couple of its own unique limitations but this has been an amazingly reliable crisp and cheap printer for a long time.
Summary: I would say it jams only a little more frequently than I'd expect, which is mildly annoying, but overall this is a great printer for the price, especially with the ability to create pdf documents included. The image/print quality is good.
Summary: I bought this Printer about 18 months ago and I must say that so far it is going good. I and my kids do a lot of printing (8-10 Pages/Wk) and so far I did not need to change the toner. Although I am dreading when I would have to beacsue it is expensive.. There are some minor bugs with this printer.
Summary: This printer has all the functions I was looking for. I did have to call support to customize the paper due to the fact that I need to print a special size that is not configured in to the printer and they were very helpful and resolved the problem quickly.
Summary: Let's get straight to the point. I researched several different laser printers, before finally settling on this one. I needed a fast laser quality printer and did not have much money to spend.
Summary: I read and researched ALL sorts of laser printers (didnt include Canon) and then went into officedepot to buy a Brother. and then saw this pretty looking Canon. i looked and looked again and then again. and did not find a catch either.