Summary: I had an Epson "all-in-one" (that is, printer, copier, and scanner), model number now forgotten, for several years. Overall, the performance was quite satisfactory for a substantial period, but like everything in life, it started to wear out, and there were a number of problems, commencing with a belt that appeared loose or stretched, which caused significant difficulties in scanning.
Summary: Easy enough to set up.....hard to find ink cartridges for it once it's over 6 months old. Have to go to re-manufactured ones that don't break the bank. The picture quality is ok....but I guess I got what I paid for. And I am a BIG fan of Canon Cameras and lenses. This is why I was disappointed. Sorry.
Summary: Nice attractive printer/scanner/copier. Reasonably compact, handsome, if slightly fragile finish. Clear LCD screen that can be positioned for several different viewing angles - convenient. Bought it for my 88 year old mother's use and she caught on to it pretty quickly and found that she could make copies of organ music saving a trip to the library (this ignores the social component of the library and the savings maybe illusory).
Summary: This is a very decent printer for the price. The set-up is quick and relatively easy (just follow the instructions on your screen carefully). Here is a hint: if you use wireless connection, and your computer says the printer is offline (while connected to the access point), turn off the router and turn it back on again (it will save you 30 min on the phone with Canon customer service, which, by the way, is exceptional).
Summary: This one would bang on the left side and have error show up when the disk told me to turn on the printer. Called Canon and they were very helpful and spoke good english but it didn't fix the problem. E-mailed Amazon, they said they would send out another which took about 4 days to get and it works great. Sent the bad one back and got credit for it and all but $1.50 in postage. I would buy another one.
Summary: Print quality good. Wireless worked on all of the family computers. Like many other products, comes with a lot of bloat-ware. It would be nice if they made it obvious what the 1 program you needed was out of the 15 or so it tried to install.