Summary: I find these trays difficult to adjust from one size paper to another so I bought a separate tray for envelopes. It works ok with multiple envelopes in the tray but not 100%. Maybe 20% of the time it won't pick up an envelope.
Summary: This is a very annoying way for Epson to make you buy their products. The ink colors come in different cartridges, and while they last a while, once they ran out, you have to buy each separate.
Summary: I've had this printer for 8 months. When connected to either my Mac or PC via USB, it is reliable and creates quality prints. When "connected" via wi-fi, it is so frustrating as to be useless.
Summary: Unit was easy to install and all functions operate straightforwardly. Although I'm using this unit with relatively fast computers, its overall response time (wirelessly) is a bit slow. Print quality is good. Dollar for dollar, a good unit.
Summary: It took a little getting used to, but now I really like this scanner/printer. I had to learn how to load paper properly, especially photo paper, as it is pretty different from my other Epson all in one, which frustrated me, but I did learn. I love the scanning.
Summary: I replaced an HP "All in one" 5750 with this. The HP had constant driver problems and switching from Windows Vista to Windows 7 had the unit totally confused, even with new drivers from HP (very confusing downloads site, BTW).
Summary: Great value for the money spent. Small footprint, comparable to other consumer AIO inkjets. Quite light in weight too. Refills look affordable. Great print quality, even in colour. I love Epson's proprietary ink - no more smudging when I highlight!
Summary: I've had this for about a week now so I as I put it through more paces I will update the review. So far everyone in my household has been very happy with this printer. I was looking for a cost-effective network printer.