"Good printer, Bad drivers"1.5 starson by steveish
Pros: Good output on photo papers, very nice grays
Cons: HP needs to make a new driver; doesn't really do borderless prints.
Summary: When you print borderless photos, the driver stretches your work disproportionately (stretched 115% or so lengthwise, and 105% or so in width) and incrementally (as in, it repeats every 10th line or so). Therefore, the last half inch of your 8.5x11 will be cut off, and the last inch of your 11x17. If you have long diagonal lines in your artwork, they will print out jagged. This only occurs on borderless prints, whether I print from InDesign, Acrobat, or the HP ImageZone software that comes with the printer. If you don't use a borderless setting everything looks great. I thought it was a hardware feed problem and returned the first printer, but the 2nd one does the same thing. Looks like it is a driver problem.