Summary: A. Apparently Epson does not support Windows 8. If you upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8, you may as well throw this baby out. Something as simple as choosing between letter size paper and legal or the 11x17 size it supposedly handles totally goes out the WINDOWS.
Summary: My expensive Canon printer is dying so I dragged out my 10 year old 2000p - unused in a decade. I printed a test page on plain paper. To my amazement it printed perfectly. I printed some photos on good paper, worried about matching and calibration.
Summary: This is my second 2000p. The first I have had since Epson came out with them. This one I purchased on ebay, will be converted to a continuous flow ink system. If it works out well, I will convert the other as well. The 2000p can be a temperamental machine.
Summary: Good product within limits. Not a production printer, but good for a hobbyist. The 5 color cartridge is used up when the first, most used color is empty. This is somewhat wasteful and probably why this machine was replaced. It does a great job when using epson's 13x19 radiant white watercolor paper.
Summary: This is an awesome printer. Will print high resolution archival photos. Maximum print size for sheets is 13" x 19". Plus it will print from rolls of high quality glossy photo paper so you can print a 13" by 6' or longer if so desired. It has a Parallel port and a USB port.
Summary: Actually, I bought this printer in 2002, and so it has only been five years for me. This is still (2007) a fine printer. There are two claims made by one or two reviewers: (1) that resolution is so poor that you can see the dots; (2) that the color is different if viewed under different lighting.