Pros Reasonably cheap to run compared with an inkjet.
Good scanning ability and works as a photocopier.
Wireless (once set up) allows multiple users to access the printer.
Cons No duplex: just try reversing a pile of 30 sheets to discover it has sucked in the first 2 pages together...
Unreliable ink spread on HP toner cartridges - some pale spots requiring an early change of cartridge
Noisy and inelegant!
Summary Really not as impressed with this as I should be. It was a reasonably expensive colour printer which I thought would be a worthy successor to my Canon inkjet. It is not - I could put up with the noise and the slow operation (it prints quickly enough once it has finished clunking and rotating the drums, but takes a while to get going). I have to say I don't enjoy having to plug in the USB cable every time I want to reconnect the wireless printer to my wireless desktop computer; and to add insult to injury the printer has started reporting "Engine fault" every few pages. The HP answer is to update the firmware. This doesn't seem to have any effect so I now have a 14 month old printer which appears to be breaking down. As soon as the toner cartridges run out I'm in the market for a more upmarket printer - duplex!