"Simple, easy to install, and hey, it's wireless."4.0 starson by mmparke
Pros: Installed in minutes on both PC and Mac. So nice to have less wires and print from both operating systems.
Cons: Eh, so it costs a bit more per sheet printed, but there are places online that sell the cartridges cheaper than in-store prices. So, I think it's great. Especially for a home office or a student.
Summary: For those who on other review sites say they had trouble with PC/Mac setup here's the tips:
PC - put install cd in your machine and follow the prompts. You have to connect the usb for initial install, but during the cd install, you will be prompted to remove the cable. Then, no more cables. Took 3 minutes. Hold down the "x" button on the printer for 5 seconds after finishing the install and print the "settings" page. You'll use this to setup for on a Mac (below - you need the IP address it prints on the page).
Mac - first, go to the hp website and download and install the Mac OS X driver (the .dmg file). There is no icon associated - so click on the file name and run the driver install once it's done downloading. When prompted about the "allow network", say "ok". Then, go to your system preferences. Click on "Print and Fax". Click on the "+" sign below the "Printers" list to add a printer. In the pop-up window, click on the "IP" icon. Leave the "Protocol" to "Line Printer Daemon - LPD". In the "Address" box - type the IP address that was on the printout from your new printer (the "settings" page). If you've done the driver install correctly, the HP driver will automatically pull up and all you do is click on the "Add" button. Of course, it goes without saying to make sure during all of this that you have your Airport enabled and are on the wireless network when adding the printer. Total time for Mac install: 5 minutes including the driver download. Done.