Excerpt: I got this printer thinking it was capable of doing everything. I mean "all-in-one". It prints SLOW and picture quality isn't all that great either. My advice, especially if you want picture printing, go with the MG7120, the dpi is 8900 versus 4800 on the MX922.
Conclusion: Please read the numerous reviews on this printer before making a purchase. All of the negative reviews are 100% accurate. This is by far the worse printer that I have owned. Four months of ownership and it has been one problem after another from phantom paper jammed to lost wifi connection.
Conclusion: From the time one presses or clicks "print", the Canon PIXMA 922 takes an inordinate amount of time to start printing the first page (30 to 40 seconds). And this is the case even when the printer is already warmed up. Its construction can best be described as cheap and shoddy. Moreover, there has been little forethought in its design. Who ever heard of having to remove all of the paper in order to print one envelope?
Pros: nice color printing
Cons: doesn't print envelopes, scanner only works intermittently, made of cheap flimsly plastic, very long delay whenever starting to print, not worth the time and aggrivation.
Conclusion: Been a big Canon fan for some time, but will no longer be a printer customer. Stick to something you're good at Canon. Printers are not it. This printer can only print on thin stock. Card stock or heavy photo paper doesn't stand a chance in this printer. Speed is also an issue. Often takes minutes (no exaggeration here) to ready itself. Reasonably fast after the very slow start... Look to other brands if you want print media flexibility.
Conclusion: Having bought and happily used MX 860 and MX 892, this product MX 922 is absolute junk. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY !! It is extremely flimsy, makes an incredible noise when printing and not ! Has no stop in the paper tray, so it is impossible to line up with labels/trifold brochures etc. I don't know what Canon was thinking - I have wasted hours, inks and expensive paper to try to make it perform. Goodbye Canon !