Summary: In the last year and a half I've had this in my office I can easily say this is both the cheapest printer to operate and the most frustrating. The scanner has a very picky pick up, so half the time the ADF tray will jam if you go more than a few microns too far in with the paper. The printer needs to be manually restarted atleast every other day or printing functions over wifi still work and once a month you'll need to realign the heads.
Summary: I have had this printer for about a year now, and I do my fair share of printing, but nothing too crazy. Perhaps a few MapQuest printouts, or a print-screen of something. But in just one year alone (and only printed about 10-12 full pictures) I have already waist-ed nearly $100 on ink! Of course I bought it in OfficeMax (don't go there by the way, nobody knows a thing) asking explicitly for a decent scanning/copy printer for college which would have cheap ink.
Summary: I got this printer it didnt come with a cd to download it onto the computer so i went on epson.com and downloaded a free one so now it works but i just put brand new ink in it and my pictures are printing out wierd they hardly have any black in the pictures they look washed out and faded. So i went through the settings to clean it and still isnt working right.
Summary: As a printer and a copier the Workforce 325 works just fine - nothing fast or impressive, but basically functional. Unfortunately, although very easy to use, the scanner is so slow as to be worthless. I just finished scanning one page, just one, and it took 30 minutes. It doesn't matter whether the connection is wifi or USB, whether I use the sheet feeder or the flatbed - the scans take forever. Unfortunately for me I bought this primarily because I needed a scanner.
Summary: Got this for company use. Not very fond about it. 1) Quality is decent. Photo copy, scanning and fax function is alright. 2) Printing quality is average but haven't done too many heavy printing so can rate too far into it. 3) Wireless connectivity is very bad. Tried half day trying to configure it but cannot detects my network. At last, I gave up on it and just use it as direct connected printer.
Summary: Overall, you get what you pay for. It's an average multi-functional machine with some good and some bad points: Good: Real easy set-up, including the Wi-Fi, which is great since we have 3 laptops and a desktop that uses the printer. Instructions are pretty good and easy to follow, both for set-up and use. Bad: The noise! - It is way too loud for me. I live in a big apartment and can hear when someone is printing, no matter where I am in the apartment.