Hey folks, I just got an HP Laserjet 1022 printer. I plugged it in and Leopard detected it right away. Although the printer does print, the problem is that aside from choosing the paper size and one or two-sided printing, I can't seem to be able to modify any other important printing settings - such as print with draft quality, printing resolution (600 vs 1200 dpi) and print more than one page per sheet. All those settings ARE available when I print through XP from inside VMWare Fusion, so I know that the printer offers them. I even tried to connect to CUPS control panel but there too I can choose only paper size and one or two-sided printing. Since this model is officially compatible with OS X, I think it's silly not to be able to tweak those printing options. HP does offer a driver download for OS X in their site, but the version listed there is 1.2 as opposed to the newer version 1.3.0501 that came with Leopard, so I thought it wouldn't be a good idea to try to install the driver HP offers. I'm running 10.5.1 on an Aluminum iMac 20''. If someone can help with that, I'd appreciate.