Summary: Although the Epson Stylus Photo 825 makes beautiful picture prints, including panoramic photo prints, it has two serious problems: (1) printing is much too slow compared to more modern printers; (2) the ink jet module is bound to eventually clog up, unless the printer is used every day. After a while, cleaning it proves to be very difficult.
Summary: Good photo printer but like most low end printers it has its quirks. The paper rests are flimsy, as is the flash drive mechanism. Drivers only work with XP or before. There is no 64 bit windows driver of any kind so don't expect it to work with XP64 or Vista. Linux has a driver for it if that is your interest. In general a printer that meets minimum standards for the home user.
Summary: I got my 825 when my apartment building's computer lab tossed it. "Broken" and "unusable." I'm pretty handy, and I got it fixed. I examined the printer top to bottom, found two HUGE chunks of cardboard (postcard stock) jammed in. I got them out and the printer's been amazing! I'm now looking for one I can buy as a backup. I had to remove one roller to get the paper jams out, and it keeps "popping up" and not allowing the printhead to print.