Summary: Let me start with what I consider the most important point: I HAVE YET TO EXPERIENCE ONE JAM OR MULTIPLE FEED. For years I've been putting off scanning the contents of binders I have collected. They are old. The stacks of binders are 5 feet tall, I'd guess several thousand pages.
Summary: This is the first scanner that I have ever owned. I purchased for my business to help alleviate some of the paperwork that we have to keep around the office. Its easy to use and works great. What else could you ask for?
Summary: I would rate this scanner highly for the simple reason it allowed me to install a Twain driver ONLY and then ran clean and smooth. I would knock off a star because the setup guide didn't say anything about removing a plastic shipping clip that blocked the pick rollers until I figured it out.
Summary: we have scanned piles and piles of old documents ... allowing us to purge bin after bin of files. it really is amazing how well it works ... a press of a button and page after page flies through this scanner. and it is pretty small with clean lines.
Summary: Based on that research, the best quality/feature/price ratio for me was this product. The Canon name also helped convince me to take this one. I am completely happy with my choice. Every feature mentioned worked seamlessly and some that they mentioned might give me problems, didn't.
Summary: I am very happy with the DR-C125 scanner. I have had it for just over 1 month, and it does everything I expected it to do and more. The scan speed and quality is very good. I owned a Xerox DM152 high speed scanner previously, and when it died after only a few years, I thought I'd try another brand.
Summary: I bought this scanner for my small business and it has gotten rid of all the extra papers laying around my office. I did a lot of research and I couldn't be happier! It is super fast, give very clear scans and it takes up no space on my desk.