I don't see too many Photo Printer reviews here, and figured it was a component of photography for more than a few people here so - I just picked up this printer and all I can say is - "Wow". I had actually been looking for a photo-printer, so that I could start creating a personal portfolio of sorts (digging through links online, and webspace to find a photo and having someone view it on a monitor just seemed so impersonal) to show off some of the photo's I've taken, and possibly create a photolog of my traveling as a gift for my mom's birthday. I really hadn't been SERIOUS though about plunking down the cash for one, and was actually looking at Canon PIXMA's (not the high-end, the 1800 series). I just happened to be trolling The 'List (as we call it in our office), and saw some guy selling a D7360 for 100 bucks. Checked out some reviews, and figured "why not" - grabbed the sucker. All I can say is for a non-pro printer, this thing has blown me away. The guy had it for about two months, still has a Best Buy warranty, was presumably kept in a commercial environment and came with tons of photo-paper (300 4X6's, a near full pack of 5X7's, and I think about 20-30 sheets of 8.5X11's). We plugged it in at work, and were sending off some test photos; while you cant get the 12second 4X6's unless you jack the quality down, prints in about 20 seconds is still fine by me. For me, who is a hobbyist at best - this thing is killer. The photo's come out super nice and rich, no desaturation/over-saturation (as some have said online). The B&W's I printed out were nice, so long as you go for maximum quality on those - you'll get black black's, white white's and everything in between. It was a good feeling being able to take my stuff around and show people who had been poking me forever for "those Japan pictures". Definitely recommend if anyone was in the hunt for a high-quality consumner photo-printer (it does do text documents, but sheesh keep your old printer for that).