"Easy setup but a couple of surprises"3.5 starson by doogster
Pros: Easy setup, good quality, toll free tech support, free IRIS OCR software
Cons: Disappointed with scanning, and possible problem with printing to photo paper
Summary: I was pleased with the ease of setting up, including connecting wirelessly to my home network including 2 computers (Windows 7 64 bit and Windows Vista 32 bit). Much better than the bloatware that came with my previous HP D110 All in One.
I thought I was getting a 14 inch flatbed for scanning, but I didn't read closely enough - it's 11 inch and you have to use the automatic document feeder to do 14 inch, which is no good for photos or scanning a large map or chart.
I also was enthused about the 4800 x 4800 scanning resolution. I tried it on a 5 x 7 photo and it said it was creating a 2 GB file and it wouldn't even let me proceed. Too large to send over my network? But I scanned at 200 dpi and it was much nicer than my HP D110 at 200 dpi.
On my first tries at printing on HP 8.5 x 11 Advance Photo Paper, the printer wouldn't grab the sheet from the cassette and said out of paper. I can't say whether I've completely solved this, but I printed successfully by loading multiple sheets of photo paper in the cassette, instead of putting just one sheet on top of the 50 sheets of inkjet paper. So maybe the back of the sheet was slippery or there was a difference in the friction between the sheets. Like the Undrtaker's sign said, "Remains to be seen".