I've had a succession of inkjet printers, starting way back with the Apple StyleWriter II (which as I remember was manufactured by Canon). My inkjet printers have usually seemed to need repair or replacement within a year, while my ancient (monochrome) HP LaserJet just keeps right on truckin'. And I'm constantly replacing (and paying for) one ink cartridge or another. My solution: move to a color laser printer. My requirements are simple: Color. Wired networking. Good photo printing on plain paper; doesn't have to be top notch. I'll make low thoughput demands on it. Medium processing/printing speed is good enough. I want it to work, without needing repairs, for years and years and years. I don't mind paying for quality, but I don't want to pay more than necessary. Over the years I've had better luck with HP printers than with other brands. Any reason not to go with HP again? Any specific model recommendations?