Summary: After repeatedly trying to print from a card recommended in the booklet and after requesting technical support, I am unsatisfied with product and vendor. I emailed support on April 8th and was promised an answer within 48 hours and 4 days later am still waiting.
Summary: I purchased this printer for my daughter to use with her digital camera. Set it up the first day, and it does not read any memory cards. Only way to use it is to hook the cable directly to the camera. Will probably have to return this printer. Photo quality is ok, but certainly not spectacular!
Summary: I bought this printer with the thought that it would be an easy way to print photos directly from my camara. I've owned the printer for about 1 year and now it won't read either my 256 MB or 2G memory cards, also the PictBridge isn't working with my camara either, it just freezes.
Summary: I was "re-gifted" this printer after dipping my toe into digital photography. I consider myself a 30 year amateur who still loves my SLR & negatives, but attracted to digital by the versatility & convenience. This is an ok printer for everyday use.
Summary: I've had this printer for over a year now and I LOVE it. You can't beat the price, and the quality of prints is great for my purposes. I use it to print lots of photos of my kids to put in calendars to give to family and friends, and the last print I made is as good as the first.
Summary: I purchased the P315 laboring under the assumption that Lexmark would come out swinging in this competitive market category of personal photo printers. I learned, sadly, that they are only competing based on price and not a combination of price and quality.