Summary: I have had this printer for about 3 years now. This has been, by far, the best printer I have owned. It's quick, gives accurate reproductions and has plenty of functions. The only downside, if you can call it that, is that it does seem to fly through ink in color mode. In all fairness, I haven't heard of a printer that doesn't. I have had other brands that are way inferior to this unit.
Summary: I was happy with this printer/scanner combo until I found out that you can't use the scanner if you run out of ink. Also, you can't use recycled cartridges because of the "programming" on them. Otherwise it's great.
Summary: I bought this printer based on the good reviews that I read. The printer does what I want, very good photo quality even on regular paper. It also scans well and was very easy to set up. The printer's card reader acts like a regular card reader and allows you to download to the computer and is not dedicated to the printer.
Summary: From the minute I took it out of the box it didn't work right. Printing only half pages. Error codes after scanning. Cannon online support was very responsive but ended up blaming my computer for the problems. Funny since there's nothing wrong with my computer or any other software I use. Their software is buggy and they need to fix it.
Summary: I've used this machine mostly for scanning items and printing, but the copier works great as well. There are many features that I'm not hip enough to use, but this machine is great! I plugged it into my macbook (sometimes things don't go this well with a mac) and I was off and running.
Summary: This printer is wonderful..it prints, copies, scans with no problem. The print quality is very good. It is quick as a bunny. The cost of $95 was very reasonable. The only minor minus ..It sounds like R2D2 as it readies itself. I highly recommend this printer.
Summary: The reviews I read are about right. The scanning is not as good as it could be. And the print jobs are good. I like how well it works when you need it. Unlike the HP's I have owned and became nightmares, Not to mention the hours of editing the reg once you throw the HP out the window (true story)I would buy this printer again if needed (god forbid) to. I have never loved an all-n-one before I bought the mp180.
Summary: I use a printer mainly for text and web page printing and the MP180 does a fine job there. It makes very good copies and and does so much faster than my former multifunction, a Canon MP390 (it took forever to warm up). That said, one big downer are the print cartridges - just like those in an HP printer (in fact, I read somewhere that HP manufacturers these cartridges). Canon states that these are part of the FINE system.