Summary: I have used this printer since 2005. it has travelled well, been shipped, and moved across several states and it has performed no matter where i am. The print quality is fantastic and it prints very well on all types of papers. The ink itself can be pricey, but if you use the economy settings when you need to it can help.
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 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: 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".
Summary: The R2400 is very fast and it has awesome colors which are very brilliant and sharp. Very well worth the money even for me a novice photographer. I really enjoy this printer and think all should have two.
Summary: A great printer for the professional or serious amateur. It is a large footprint on the desk but the large format options more than make up for that. Some of the best prints I have seen, especially when matched with Red River photo papers and processed through Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.
Summary: Great printer. Has a bit of a learning curve. Beautiful prints. Looking to use it for digital negatives. I am concerned about ink cartridge capacity...though there are third party outfits that offer other solutions.