Summary: I originally bought because Cnet editors gave it rave reviews. Shortly after receiving it was printing gray backed pages. After tens of calls to Lexmark support they refused to fix or refund. They ended up sending me special toner cartridges which fixed the problem.
Summary: we got this printer for about 900 when they had a rebate for 800. so essentially we only paid 100. the printer worked reasonably well, until we had to change toner cartridge. that's where they get you. very expensive cartridges. paper capacity is okay if you don't do high volume.
Summary: I've had this printer for well over a year and am still on the original cartridges. I do not use it for business, just for our homeschool and general light home use. I also have a B&W Brother Laser we use for most of our B&W printing.
Summary: This is an excellent product, with professional quality. The printer is a little noisy while in use, the toner is very expensive although each toner cartridge last for at least 3 to 4K prints. Overall excellent producte very happy with it.
Summary: I initially purchased this printer based on price and quality reviews. The printer (when it is working properly) has very good print quality for my brochures and flyers as well as cards. I have been on the phone with technical support 4 times so far with varying problems.
Summary: This printer is heavy duty, built for a small business, but great for my home. I wish I'd done this long ago. I have been fighting with printing whenever I did anything other than straight printing on letter sized paper. And cartridge costs were eating me alive.
Summary: ONE STAR BECAUSE YOU CAN'T CHOOSE ZERO. I would strongly recommend against purchasing this printer. I purchased a c534dtn December, 2006. I understood the unit would have a 5 year warranty. 1 year plus 4 years for registering.
Summary: I bought 3 of these printers a little over 1 year ago, and they started out printing very well. By the end of their 2nd week in service, one had already run out all 4 cartridges out of toner. This printer eats supplies and parts much faster than Lexmark had led me to believe.