Conclusion: Documentation for setup is minimal. Wireless setup was therefore difficult as menu choices did not reflect actual conditions or were unexplained by any documents. Some of this may be a result of setting it up on a Mac Mini, which persists in showing the printer as offline. I was able to quickly connect to the printer on my PC laptop and print a test page. and I was eventually able to print a network configuration page right from the printer.
Summary: things to consider before you purchase this. Plan on 4 hours at least to get it up and running on wireless. The printer asks repeatedly for you to press the WPS button. I have never heard of this before, and drove myself nuts looking for it. IT IS ON THE ROUTER, ASSUMING YOUR ROUTER IS A NEWER MODEL AND EVEN HAS ONE. The included documentation poster assumes you know this. You may find your self running to the office supply store for a new router that has a WPS button.
Summary: There is quite a bit I did not care for with this printer. After installation and testing, these are my takes: * Upon opening, you will discover the paper storage is not enclosed in a tray. In fact, there is no paper tray, just a slot to slide the paper into after the front panel is lowered. The paper then pokes out the front of the printer to collect dust. Eventually, the dust travelling on the paper into the printer will likely affect paper feed and print quality.