Summary: I like the printer. It attached to the network very nicely even though I am running both windows 7 and XP on my computers. Had to download s/w but no big deal. Color and print quality are very good however, ink usage seems rather high. My main problem was not with the printer but the advertisement. It said it did duplex printing which is the reason I bought it. It didn't say I needed an additional piece of hardware. It took over a month to find the duplex unit.
Summary: I really think this printer was well made and like it so far. It is a bigger than what i thought it would be though. Nice look though. I would highly recommend registering it though because after reading through paper work it said warranty not valid until registered with Epson.
Summary: The printer does what it is intended to do. The quality of the prints are pretty good (4 by 6 inch). Two thing must be kept in mind. Non-use (letting it sit for a long time) will kill it. The ink dries/congeals and clogs it and it quits working. I left my old one unused for a year and it stopped functioning. The other thing is that it uses print cartridges pretty quickly. If you get it, use it (at least occasionally) and it will serve your purposes well.
Summary: The printer was very affordable and it is extremely efficient for your money. The one thing I didn't know was the additional purchase for the double sided printing adapter. It is inexpensive also but I naturally assumed everything I needed was in the box. For some strange reason my printer won't allow me to print unless every ink cartridge is active. That is very inconvenient because if my red (magenta) is low, I still cannot print in all black.
Summary: The general consensus on this product - that it does super high quality printing, has a cool user interface, and a surprisingly cheesy paper door - is true. But I have an unusual tale of woe, with a happy ending.
The installation process went fine, except that the scanner function didn't install. Other functions - printing and copying - worked fine. I have a vanilla configuration: Vista, Dell computer, D-Link wired router. Nuthin' exotic.