Summary: The box it came in was battered & had been reused, so I was afraid the printer wouldn't work down the line. I contacted them, & they said to try it; I could return it within 60 days; so I did. I have had no problems with it soever.
Summary: it was got to replace another exact printer which i had plenty of ink and didn't want to go to waste, good thing i already had the disc with installation n drivers and the tray to use for printing on disc as it didn't come with it but overall it was a great deal
Summary: I have a little business where I scan slides and prints and create DVD slideshows and convert VHS home movies to DVD, etc. I needed a printer that could print direct to the DVD/CD so I could get away from applying those annoying labels.
Summary: If you want to print directly to CD/DVD's Epson is your only choice as far as mainstream printers. I had the R200 for about a year when it just stopped printing. Epson tech support said I should send it in for repair but it wasn't worth it to me so I found a new R220 for $50.
Summary: i don't know what your preferance is, but this printer is a pretty nice piece of machinery. especially for the price. although i frequently have to reload the DVD tray, the fact is there IS a DVD tray.
Summary: I think this printer is pretty good and I gave it four stars because I am slightly disappointed with a few of the features, but I am overlooking some of these because the printer is under 100 bucks, so I guess you get what you pay for!
Summary: I might give it a 5 stars for the cost vs utility but this printer is a total waste of ink; if you have a habit of turning off the printer after printing (like myself), every time you turn this printer (or any photo printer from EPSON) on it will recharge the ink or in more understandable term it...
Summary: I have my own videography business and I bought this printer primarily to make custom printed DVDs, however I now use it instead of my lexmark to print out all my digital photos. the image reproduction is perfect and the printer only cost me $90.
Summary: Bought this to replace my old Color Stylus 800. Thought it had died after 6-7 years and lots of mileage. As luck would have it, it woke from the dead after a last ditch 12th head cleaning. So I got to compare (bottom). I had been shopping around for a good photo/everything printer.