LCD expired after 18 months - worked fine until then. If you don't mind that, you might like the two tray option better.
31 July 2014
Summary: It has been doing the job I wanted it to for 18 months. I wish I'd bought the one with the second tray. I thought that I'd manage for the price difference, but actually it is a faff to change the paper so if you do need two paper sizes and attribute value your time and sanity, consider the two tray version.
Summary: I've had this printer for about 8 months now and use it for work purposes. It is pretty fast and easy to set up. It does regularly 'drop' the information from the print cue meaning it has to be sent again. The print quality is pretty good. One down side is when the cartridges run out of ink the printer does not hold the page. It will spit it out and print the rest of the document/ photo on a new piece of paper...complete waste.
Summary: Seems you have to reset the page settings every time you want to copy A4, it reverts back to A3. Every time it runs out of paper is tells you there is a paper jam and to remove the rear panel. Painful. Had to move printer to somewhere it was easier to get at. Print speed and quality is excellent. The wireless printing function is a disaster though, resorted to cable. This may be a criticism of wireless printing generally, but it never works first attempt.
Summary: Have wanted an A3 printer for a long time so I can print family trees without having to tape sheets of A4 together. Read up on all the A3 printers and compared just about everything. My home office is tiny so I needed a multi-purpose machine to make best use of the available space. I have had Epson printers previously and found them to be sturdy and very reliable so chose the Workforce 7515 which ticks all the boxes - A3, print, copy, scan.
Summary: Brought this printer because my other epson printer is old and the paper feeder is useless. Ordered it on a Tuesday arrived on a Saturday. Got it set up in no time using its software. And it works straight away I Using it with its wireless feature. The bottom tray is easy to load using a3 and a4 paper. The a3 needs extending out can be a bit tricky when first use. The prints are brilliant . Got compartible ink cartridges not used yet. So a great buy thanks Amazon.
Summary: everything that I expected from epson with the A3 facility, good quality copies and prints. Delivery very punctual as usual and doing everything that I wanted. Inks are a lot cheaper than I used to pay for my Brother printer in the past, definately recommend.
50% of the time it;'s OK but 50% of the time it isn't
J. Holland, Amazon
2 July 2013
Summary: When the printer works it meets my needs but it is a fussy machine. The ink level indicators do not tell the truth - they show ink remaining when there is none. Once a new cartridge is installed, there is all manner of priming, clinking and groaning - time to make several cups of tea. When the machine refuses to print a colour it can take several iterations of head cleaning to get it to work.
Summary: I mainly use the device as a A3 document scanner for this purpose the device is good value for the price. The colour printing quality is also reasonable but this function is only used for printing A3 drawings. Overall a good device for a small business wishing to both scan and print A3 documents.