To all you Printer enthusiasts... Budget Price: I am currently looking for a nice printer that won't break the bank. (preferably in the $100-150 but I can go as high as $250) Style of Printer: I would like an Ink-jet, that is cheap on replacement ink and carries multiple cartridges ( B/C/M/Y or more ) I want one that doesn't drain the cartridges after a few prints, but still doesn't cost an arm and a leg to purchase for. ( HP is notorious for giving away the printer since the ink costs so much to replace ) I also would like the ink to be readily available in B&M stores for emergency purchases. Functionality: I possibly want a all-in-one printer that can scan. Duplex and faxing could be a plus, but not required. If I can get a better deal with just a printer than so be it. Memory card readers would be cool, but not required. LCD would be beneficial to programming and printing, but once again not required. Photos: I will need one that can occasionally print a few 4x6 or 8x10 on the fly, with photo paper. I will do most of my printing with online or B&M photo labs. I would still like to print out an occasional photo on the fly. I do get the tendency to become a quality whore when it comes to photos, but I understand with the budget it will not be the best. Usage: I will use this for casual printing of MS documents, excels, pdf's, manuals, etc. ranging from 1-25 pages. My wife, a teacher, will use it occasionally for work, but if they are over 25 pages I will use my laser printer at work. Capacity: I do not really care about the tray size too much, although I would like for it to be greater than 100 sheets. I just do not want to have to replace paper every time I use the thing. Possible tray feed for card stock, not required, but useful. Networking: Would love it if it were wireless (802.XXb/g) , but I will take Ethernet. The printer does not have to have a network interface, but it would really benefit, as I have wireless computers. Operating Systems: This printer will be used on both Vista and XP Machines, compatible drivers are a must. Nothing irritates me more than a crappy printer driver that hiccups every time I print something. I am not brand specific although I rate the brands as following ( 1 being the highest sought after ): 1. Canon 2. Epson 3. Brother ( I have heard this brand is getting better in quality ) 4. Lexmark ( cheap and usually do a good job IMHO ) 5. HP ( too many driver error and ink head failures ) Thanks! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!