Summary: I went to set it up and the the printer did not even have holders for the ink and I can't figure out how to return this stupid printer. it is very frustrating not being able to talk to someone from customer service. I will NEVER order from Amazon again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Summary: I already had a printer and got this mainly because I was tired of using a magic marker to scrawl titles on my CD compilations. I am very impressed with how easy it is to print the CDs and what a good job the printer does. The CD printing software is easy to use.
Summary: I have had this printer for about 6 months now and have been very happy with it. I used it while on a job search and printed out at least 100 resumes and cover letters, all with excellent quality. Photographs look fantastic on Epson's glossy paper (only slightly less fantastic on other brands).
Summary: Throughout the first year or so of owning this printer, we experienced occasional problems with vertical banding of black and color ink. We thought it was probably because of the fact that we didn't use the printer a whole lot.
Summary: The Epson Stylus Photo 900 is a great printer for a reasonable price. It's print quality is excellent and it prints on many types of media including borderless prints (8x10, 5x7, 4x6), CD/DVD direct printing (on CDs and DVDs with a printable surface), roll feed (4 or 8 inch-wide) and banners.
Summary: The Epson 900 will print directly on the cd's you burn . Some of the printers that do this cost 1k more .To write on a cd with a pen distroys it - stick on's come off and disable your player .Felt tips work but do not look as good as a picture and text printed right on your CD . This is a find.
Summary: This printer was purchased to replace an older Epson printer. When shopping around, I was also impressed with a Canon photo printer for a much higher price. The decision was made to go with the Epson because of the ability to print directly on CDs. I made the right choice.
Summary: I bought this printer and used it until I had to change the print cartidge. the ink holders are very flimsy and the clip broke without any undue pressure. needless to say it was not worth fixing. The picture were average but for the money were okay.
Summary: I tried a canon 850 and got a drop of water on a print. The water destroyed the print. That moved me to the Epson. The inks will still last more than 20 years and they are waterproof. I held the first print under the faucet, with the water running, and it held up superbly.
Summary: I do digital photography, web and graphic designs and make CDs. There is no need to spend thousands of dollars on a CD printer when you can get this printer for less...This printed a 5x7 at a decent speed and with 100% photo lab quality on the supplied Epson Premium glossy paper.