Summary: I love mine. If you're thinking of getting rid of yours because it doesn't have a USB connection, think twice. There are very small, cheap ethernet print server attachments available that make it very simple to connect a parallel port printer to your home network. These things are small, rectangularish, and have a parallel connector on one end and an ethernet jack on the other.
Summary: i love these old laser printers from hp. they work with anything that has parallel port including my older sgi unix machines.. linux etc.. quality of b&w print is great. the cartridge is bit expensive but lasts forever in my home office. the last 6MP served me well for 13 years. so it was no_brainer to pick one up for under $50 on ebay again.
Summary: This printer is heavy duty, industrial strength. These were built to last back in the 1990s, with really solid construction. The only problem is that they require a special converter cable to connect to a modern USB port. That cable is sold on Amazon: Tripp Lite U206-006-R USB to IEEE Gold Parallel Printer Adapter Cable USB A/C36M - 6ft Other cheaper cables that I have tried just don't work.