Summary: Bought it in 2005, if I recall correctly. It's now nearing the end of 2013. Connected to home network, so I can print from any machine in the house. The ink is replaceable, one color at a time, and without buying new print heads, so it's significantly cheaper to operate than most other inkjets.
Summary: We had this printer for MAYBE two years when it just "stopped" working. It was a great printer while it lived. It did seem to got through a lot of ink, more than any other printer we've had. Anyway, as much as I loved the printer...
Summary: I finally upgraded from an ancient (but still working) CanonBJ, and I'm very happy with the results. Setup, including connecting through my wireless router, was a breeze; printing is speedy whether through my desktop or laptop; photo quality is great.
Summary: I have a home network with both Windows XP and Mac OSX computers - 1 Windows desktop, 1 Windows laptop, 1 iBook. I struggled for a year trying to get my iBook to print on the printer attached to the desktop.
Summary: This is one amazing printer. The print quality is outstanding. Photos look professional, they look exactly the same as photo-lab prints. Black text looks laser quality and the WiFi feature lets me print from anywhere in my house, from any one of my computers.
Summary: Does everything it advertises. Borderless printing and duplex printing are the s**t. The wireless printing is cool too but its up to you to decide if it's worth the extra $$$. As for me, I am totally satisfied.
Summary: After owning about a dozen printers I have found the best of the best. Ink is cheap and the printer is fast, quiet, and uses very little ink. The quality of this printer far exceeds all others I have owned.