Summary: This printer does a good job of making photos, but is very hard to use, and the photo may or may not fill the screen, seems to be a function of the internal software. The Japanese creators keep us from seeing the actual workings. Things like advancing just one photo on a cf card is difficult....
Summary: The PM300 wasn't able to crop and edit or print two different pictures in the wallet layout. This is the reason I purchased it to do scrapbooking. Excellent print quality if you only want to use the 4x6 prints. Hard to use a lot of the other functions. Don't like the remote.
Excerpt: Great little printer except for the high use of ink and the fact that the nozzles clog easily. This happened at an event and after taking 15 minutes running maintenance I became backed up. It took forever to get get caught up due to slow print time as well.
Summary: I bought this product because I wanted to be able to share some of my photos with family members. What I like most bought it are the options for printing in color/black & white, cropping, etc, but what I like least about it compaired to other models are the steps you must go through to program it to...
Summary: Getting pictures off a card works fine but getting off my iPad another story. I hooked up the iPad the first time and printed a picture without a problem the next time the picture would not show up
Don't buy if you use a mac that is up to date - as of Dec. 2013.....there is not an updated driver available from Epson!!!
Rebecca Devono, Amazon
7 June 2010
Summary: this is a good printer - if it works...... I used this printer for about 4-5 months and then the print heads got so messed up that all of the photos started printing yellow/orange. Tried cleaning and didn't work so called Epson and they had me to send it back and sent a replacement.