Great print quality, but you wait a LONG time for first page, and seems to use ink for warm-up routine
28 December 2012
Summary: I am a huge fan of Canon and have been using the printers for years. I recently purchased the PIXMA MG5320. It prints wonderful and clear pictures; however, if you haven't printed for a day or two, it takes several minutes to warm up and test everything and it seems to use ink in the process each...
Summary: Edit: May 2013 - I'm guessing that when it tells you the ink cartridge is empty, it really isn't...some sort of software ploy to get you to change ink cartridges early. All my cartridges have been saying they are empty now for a few months, but it keeps on printing so I've yet to change any of them.
Decent printer, but does not print on CDs very well
Daniel Warner, Amazon
27 June 2012
Summary: I bought this printer mainly because it prints directly on CDs. It definitely does that with very good coloration, but it leaves five scratches on the surface of the CD. These scratches are parallel to one another and extend across the surface of the CD.
Summary: I bought this printer to replace an Epson that got mucked up by some bad ink from a recycled cartridge. I have only had it a couple of days. But I have never had this many problems with figuring out a printer before.
Summary: This printer is easy to set-up for wireless printing and works well with Apple AirPort, which is what I purchased it for to work with our MacBook, iPad and iPod touch. I own several Canon printers and was previously very pleased with the color printouts, especially high quality photo prints.