Summary: I agree with the previous reviewer about the difficulty in getting it to print- I have had exactly the same problems (machine says there's no paper when there is, says there's a blockage when there isn't, the need to switch off and on again to get it to (sometimes) work). I don't expect the cheapest consumables in the world - I'd settle for a printer that works, occasionally, without my physical involvement, other than clicking a print icon.
Conclusion: Bought this canon for home office use to replace a Canon LBP5100. It has many great features however it is let down by the frequent automatic calibration it performs after the first print job. This slows down print speed if you try and do a subsequent print job as you wait for the re-calibration to finish which can take 2-3 minutes. This might not be good for toner life either. Maybe Canon can provide a driver or firmware update to correct this ?
Pros: Reliable, Compact Design, Easy Setup, Durable, Sharp Tones & Colors, Easy to use
Summary: The Canon LBP5050N is quite simply the worst printer I have ever owned or used, and there have been a lot. If I could charge Canon at my charge-out rate for all the time I have spent persuading it to work I wouldn't need to work for the customers any more. It continually refuses to print, claiming to be either out of paper (which it isn't) or paper-jammed (which it isn't either) or that the case is open (again it isn't).