Summary: I still have this printer. It does exactly what I bought it fot. That was to scan 35mm slides. I am very happy with its printing ability. As you can see I have had it longer than most people keep their printers.
Summary: After working for a year correctly, this printer went bonkers. This printer will not render photos with accurate colors, they all have a green tint. Even when you try to print in Black & White, it prints in black and pink. I tried looking into all troubleshooting, but to no avail.
Summary: The reason I am writing this review two years after buying this printer is that I recently started doing film photography as a hobby and discovered the awesome film scanning capabilities of this gem.
Summary: I've had this printer for 3 years and have had no problems with it. It still never has jammed. I never get annoying lines or smudges on the prints. They come out simply beautiful. For me, this has been the perfect ZERO maintenance printer. I would recommend it. Only drawback is that it is HUGE.
Summary: This is my second MP960. The feed mechanism gave out on the first one after 13 months of home use. I purchased a second 960 because it copies 8 35MM slides at a time. It was inoperative right out of the box. As soon as it was powered up I got an error message and could not proceed.
Summary: I have had no problems with this printer, and it makes beautiful prints and scans. I would suggest that you avoid "gray market" ink cartridges. I had purchased some low cost ink on E-Bay that were supposed to be Canon cartridges, but were most likely forgeries.
Summary: I really enjoyed this all-in-one machine. The print quality was exellent. The scanning function was average speed. This is 'light duty' machine for home or small office. A noticeable drawback was the small ink cartridges. They run really fast. But then---the printer broke.