Summary: I'm quite happy with the printer hardware. But I had a devil of a time getting it working. The drivers and Samsung support need a lot of improvement! The instructions that came with it told me to download drivers from Samsung's web site. OK. The PDF manual also gave instructions on how to install the drivers. Unfortunately they didn't match the install process AT ALL. For example step 5 says "Double click cdroot > autorun". There is no such thing to click.
Summary: I purchased this primarily as a scanner. I've not tried to scan and don't know if I ever will. PROS: scans and copies are clear an include several options. CONS: networking with multiple computers (so that my wife can scan her projects directly to her computer) isn't particularly smooth. Expect to spend some time on it. Also, for an unknown reason, the scanner will occasionally "lose" my computer when I attempt to scan to the computer using the scanner's interface.
Summary: It's true that this is NOT the wireless version, despite what the title says. There is a wireless version, but this is not it. You can get around the lack of wireless support for the printer by connecting the printer to a wireless hub, such as an Apple Airport Express. That actually works beautifully, and it's what I did once I realized I'd gotten the non-wireless version.
Summary: This printer works good when it works but when it doesn't it's annoying. We specifically bought it because it's WIFI capable - we could plug it in in a centralized location and then use it from any of our systems as we needed without having to have any specific system turned on all the time. Turns out this printer after some time of non-use [say a few days] basically drops offline.