Possibly a stupid question, but I figured it was worth asking. I had an old HP Officejet wireless all-in-one. It was time for it to go. Went shopping for an all-in-one which can auto-duplex print AND scan, with the duplex scanning done in one pass. Wireless and AirPrint required. Other features negotiable. My question is this: for a printer which shows up on Apple's printer/scanner software page -- https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201465 -- is it conceivable that I would be able to use ALL of the device's functions without installing the manufacturer's often bloated software just to get everything working? I ask because I picked up a Brother MFC which, while nice, is not on that page and, sure enough, could only do basic prints without Brother's own software. There wasn't even any Brother software under the software select window in Printers & Scanners. Running Yosemite, 10.10.4. Wireless to the printer only. Don't know that an old Brother driver download page -- https://support.apple.com/kb/DL894?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US -- would be useful if I were to uninstall all the Brother stuff and try and go the minimalist approach with the intent of still being able to do network scans with duplexing and all that good stuff. Thanks in advance.