Summary: Before buying this printer I read many reviews, a lot of them here at Amazon. The reviewers seem to fall into two camps: those who had difficulties setting it up for WiFi and those who did not. I fall into the latter group. In about 30 minutes I had it unboxed and was printing from five devices (two Windows 7 machines, two Android phones and one iPad running iOS7). Maybe it's because all my hardware is pretty new, or maybe I'm just lucky.
Summary: I bought this printer six months ago. It is fast and reliable, and was good value at $299. I don't do a lot of double-sided printing, but I do need it on occasion. This printer offers a straightforward manual process (you take the stack that just printed and place it back in the paper bin in the exact same orientation).
Summary: It works. Quiet, speedy, and decent print quality relative to the price. USB setup is a breeze, so is the initial wireless setup. I thought I was lucky until I tried to print again after moving the printer to its long-term spot. This time, the iPad couldn't find the printer. I tried adding the printer by raw, ipp, etc. but still nothing. It's the same nightmare as others complained about here.
Summary: Great printing, but the wireless is unmanageable. If Samsung could get the wireless part figured out, this would be five stars. I had to return it. Customer service chat folks were nice, but they seemed to have a few techniques that were rather basic, then said they'd have to send out a repairman, said they would schedule it, but never did. Now I have an HP and setup was easy, works beautifully...
Summary: Have been enjoying the printer -- previous had a Dell color laser printer and was very happy with it until it quit. Looking forward to using the color aspects with the holidays. It seems to print well -- with a little clunky noise for each page. Am really enjoying the WiFi feature -- never had this before. We have three computers in separate rooms and really enjoy being able to print seamlessly from each one.
Good print quality, wireless setup is a total pain
Grant Fritchey, Amazon
18 October 2012
Summary: Let's talk about the good parts of the printer first. It's a relatively small footprint compared to other color laser printers I've used. I also find the speed to be very nice. It's quick to print out what I send to it. The picture quality is very good. From all this standpoint, this is a very solid printer. It works as you would expect or even better. But then, there's the wireless aspect.
Summary: This is my first laser printer, and as a *printer* it's very capable. Fast, wireless-accessible, and outputs crystal-sharp documents. If you're looking for a unit that does that -- and ONLY that -- I'd strongly recommend this printer. On those bases alone, I'd have rated this at 4 or 5 stars. Here are the reasons I only gave it 3 stars: It has extremely limited capabilities. It doesn't scan. It doesn't copy.
Good combination of features and print quality for the price (updated)
John E. Metcalf, Amazon
27 August 2012
Summary: First, my criteria: I wanted a home office color laser printer with  solid print quality (I rarely print anything for a client from home, but having tools to produce output that isn't embarrassing is convenient),  duplex printing,  wired and wireless network connection options for flexibility,  a reasonable sleep/power-saving mode to keep the printer available when I need it,  iOS printing options (AirPrint), and  a real/street price in the $200-300...
Summary: Title says it all. And agonising set up until I realised I need to reboot my mac for the printer to show (a step they forgot to mention). Awful grey wash over every page. Totally unusable and just received a pointless generic email from Samsung support. Probably a broken fuser unit since the black toner is getting everywhere. Will probably go back to Samsung shortly. Amended Review: second printer received works well.
Summary: Die Druckqualität und Geschwindigkeit ist einwandfrei. Für die Einrichtung der W-Lan Verbindung muss das Gerät aber dummerweise an einen Rechner angeschlossen werden, wenn man es vernünftig konfigurieren möchte, über das Display hat die Einrichtung bei mir nicht geklappt , obwohl ich mich mit Netzwerktechnick bestens auskenne. Der Drucker ist bei mir über W-Lan mit einem Gateway verbunden. Gedruckt wird von einem iMac aus, der über Kabel am Netzwerk hängt.