Long post, but this first paragraph sums it up: I'm looking to buy a color laser printer for home/home office use and I've narrowed my selection down to the HP Laserjet 3800 dtn or the Xerox Phaser 6350DT. Both are in the same relative price range and offer the key features I'm looking for (color laser, PostScript support, buit-in networking, automatic duplexing, three paper trays/drawers, cross-platform though 90% Mac). I welcome feedback on these two choices and on HP versus Xerox printers in an OSX environment. (The rest of the post is just details on what I've found and I'm thinking thus far, so skip it if you want.) I have an HP 5500 series laserjet at work and it's a workhorse. Very little trouble in the two years that I've been here and 40 people print to it every day. If this printer is an indication, the HP laser printers are very reliable. I'm very impressed, however, with what I read and see about the Xerox Phaser printers and I've found that the Phaser 6350DT has very similar functions for the same relative price range. The Xerox is true PostScript level 3 and the HP is only emulation. I know PS emulation is pretty darned good these days and I don't really believe this will be much of an issue for my use. I'd love to hear if anyone else has different experiences with PostScript versus PostScript emulation on recent printers. A sore spot for my wife is printing envelopes. If whatever printer we choose can't print business (#10 I believe they're called) envelopes quickly easily and reliably, she'll smash the printer with a hammer and toss the shattered pieces to the street below. I've been on the HP web site looking for drivers and docs and such and it sucks. It can't find crap on there. This would make me very grumpy if I were looking for firmware updates or drivers or docs at 11pm with a deadline looming. The Xerox site, on the other hand, is a dream. I just went there and in 30 seconds found drivers, print guides, user documentation, etc., for the Phaser. This suggests a more positive user experience with the Xerox. So, Gang, I welcome any opinions. Xerox or HP? Customer satisfaction? Reliability? Envelope printing? OSX support? (95%+ of the printing will be from our three home networked Macs with occassionaly PC printing.) I welcome thoughts, suggestions, etc. Many thanks.