"Excellent printer, highly recommended"4.5 starson by intel352
Pros: High print quality, great scan quality, great interface, dual paper trays, easy wireless support, bluetooth support, wired ethernet support, USB support, and more!
Cons: Lack of dvd burner support over wireless, no ADF.
Summary: This AIO is the first we have purchased, and it is awesome. We've owned older/smaller/cheaper HP printers in the past, and haven't been too impressed, but this AIO produces an excellent print quality, has great scan features and quality. The dual paper trays is excellent (as I would never use 4x6 photo paper in the past due to the hassle of a 2nd tray that wasn't built-in), and the ability for the printer to auto-select the paper to use is great!
I was pleasantly surprised to find the printer able to prompt my computer when scanning a document. It has no problem scanning/printing, or even saving a scan to a memory card or the dvd burner.
CNet complained about the print speed, but I believe that experience is relative, as I'm fine with the speeds, especially considering the high quality of the prints.
One of my favorite features is the nice full-color touchscreen, it's easy to interact with, very clear.
I purchased this printer from Newegg.com for $299.99 with free shipping. I am very pleased with the product's quality, features, and appearance.
The only negatives I've found, are the lack of an ADF (auto-document feeder), but I don't doubt that HP will offer an ADF addon in the future. The other negative is the lack of wireless support for the built-in DVD burner. The dvd burner is picked up nicely when the printer is connected via USB, but it's not seen over wireless. This could be a limitation in Windows XP/Vista, or it's possible that HP just hasn't yet added support into their drivers.
I can easily recommend this printer to others, and would easily purchase it again myself.