Hi Lighning, We got this Epson Workforce Wifi printer at work a month or two ago and I'm so impressed with it that I've decided that it will be the next printer I'm buying for home too. Epson WorkForce 2540 Wireless All-In-One (Print, Copy, Scan, Fax) http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3995610&CatId=2709 It was a breeze to setup, both Windows and Macs recognize it instantly with no driver issues. It has Wifi and wired ethernet built-in, the scanner has both sheetfeeder as well as flatbed capability. My aging Lexmark wifi inkjet with flatbed scanner was nice too, but suffered from the same problem as the old HP multifunction we had in the office: huge DVD full of bloated, low-quality drivers and application "suites" you have to install, but that seldom install properly on the first try, and never install in under an hour... buggy drivers and apps drove me crazy on both the Lexmark and HP multifuntions, especially when you have to scan something. So I recommend the Epson Workforce series -- the $129 model does duplex too, but I never need duplex myself. -dave On 8/19/13 4:20 PM, Lightning wrote: > Who here has a good inexpensive printer they can recommend? > Prefer 3-n-1 (doesn't have to be) about $100. > Just bought HP Officejet 4622. Paper tray doesn't align correctly, chews > up paper, doesn't print. It's going back. Next printer has to come well > recommended!