I'm having some setup problems with my newly purchased Epson Stylus Photo PX810FW (Artisan 810) which I want to connect to a cabled home network (LAN) so as to be shared among two Macs. 1) No thanks to the supplied Epson software I figured out how to connect the printer to my network (by going to the Print & Fax System preference panel and adding a new printer). It's now connected to both USB and LAN, but for some reason I'm able to choose between 3 printers: USB, EPSON TCPIP and Bonjour. What is "Bonjour", and should I choose between that or "EPSON TCPIP" when connecting to my network? 2) I figured out how to be able to scan via LAN: by configuring it with "Epson scan settings" found inside the /Applications/Utilities/ folder, so now I can scan without USB! However, the printer has the ability to scan documents directly from its front-panel (press the Scan button on the LCD-display, then Scan to PC or Scan to PDF). However, it only displays a "USB connection" button choice with either scanning mode, and even that doesn't work (there's no scanner response, and after a while I get an error message saying there's a communication error). So, why won't it work even if both USB and Ethernet connectors are inserted? And is it possible at all to use those scan options via a LAN network (so I can scan to the other computer farthest away from the printer, without having to run back and forth)?