I have a brother laser printer & a hp photosmart C4180 right now. I don't print pictures or color, so I'd like to combine these two printers into one. Basically I'm looking for the following functionality: 1. laser printer 2. automatic duplex printing - not the kind where you have to flip the paper over yourself (conserves paper) 3. good mac support (ie, scanning functionality on a mac - I have vuescan, but it doesn't support all the MF that I'm looking at right now) 4. not power hog/hungry (my brother makes my UPS, which is plugged into a different outlet, to go into battery mode temporarily whenever I print something) 5. relatively small/medium footprint - i'm trying to save room on my desk (which is why I'm consolidating my scanner w/ my laser printer) Other things that would be nice, but aren't necessary are: a. card reader b. under $250 (but I wouldn't want to go above $400) c. network ready/capable It's been a struggle cause ever printer seems to have some, but not all the 4 features I'm looking for. Canon MF4270 is almost ideal (lower power consumption, duplex printing, network ready), but the big problem is no mac support for scanning. The Brother printers have good mac support, but I've read they are still power hogs. I was looking at the MFC-7820N, but it doesn't do duplex. The Samsung SCX-4500 looks so sleek, but no duplex printing, and I've heard spotty mac support. The HP LaserJet 3055 has support for the mac, and I don't think is a power hog, but no duplex printing. I'm really hoping I just missed a printer or two that does fit all of the above criteria. Any suggestions? Thanks!