Ack! A client is sending me some materials that need to be scanned, which means I need a decent scanner ASAP -- and I'm terrible at making decisions quickly. The options at the moment are: Canon LIDE 200 Price: $54 with gift card and free next-day shipping PRO: - less expensive - smaller (tiny home office) CON: - shallow DOF Epson v30 Price: $105 with 2nd-day shipping PRO: - deeper DOF CON: - higher price - larger I almost never need a scanner (which is why I don't have one), so on the one hand it seems wasteful to purchase the more expensive option... But on the other hand, buying something that has the ability to be used to scan 3D objects (i.e. possible stock photography) might help justify the cost and the space in my office -- plus I'd be less concerned about out-of-focus areas near the spines of bound materials. Any thoughts?