Summary: Damn great printer. A bit finicky about feeding anything other than bond paper and you need to use the rear feeder for anything thicker. At least mine does. However, the print quality is superb!
Summary: I like the print quality of the printer. I got it to do transparencies for my screen printing and found that it won't print on clear items. I bought it because it was a great value for my money.
Summary: I needed a professional photo printer for my art quilt projects. The printer has 8 ink cartridges (Cost about $99 on Amazon)...I was warned that the ink was expensive. I don't plan to use it for general office work for that reason. I liked the quality of the color printer, and the fact that you could manage your printing with the printer.
Summary: Might be a little old, but still a great printer. Only issue is that it uses alot of ink and they aren't cheap. But if you want quality prints, Epson is the best way to go. With newer models on the market, picking up a used one for around $300 is a bargain! Wish it had Wifi though...
Summary: I have purchased several of these as they are the basis of my direct to garment printer. Parts are crazy expensive through the dealer, and a whole printer can cost 100 bucks in running condition. I have one completley torn down in parts bins, and another in good running condition that prints great photos. But, it could be ripped apart tomorrow to repair my "money maker".