My trusty 1999-era Epson 740i gave up the ghost this week with a major parts malfunction. In searching for a replacement printer that still supports PowerPCs I came across this Epson All-in-One: Epson Expression Home XP-410 Small-in-One All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer I checked the EPSON website and they had recent driver updates in January of this year that support 10.5.8 on PowerPC! I ordered the printer. It arrived this week. The included driver CD was worthless--no mac software was included, just a link to EPSON's driver support website. Still, set-up was snap: I downloaded ALL the drivers for 10.5.8 on Epson's site and installed them in the order they were released. I connected the printer via a USB cable, the printer was automatically recognized by the Printer & Fax pref pane, and all was right in the world. The software installs an Epson-specific sofware update app, so I ran it and discovered four more updates, which included a firmware update. I installed those (and watched the console so I could get to the temp files and save the disk images so I wouldn't have to download them again), and everything now works peachy-keen. Image Capture recognizes the built-in scanner just fine, and is better and easer to use than the included EPSON scan software. The printer supports WiFi printing, but I haven't tried it out yet; I can report that using wireless printer sharing, my PowerMac G4 GE running 10.4.11 can print to the printer just fine. I suspect that the Epson PowerPC software might be installable on Tiger, but I haven't tried it yet. Ink for the printer is $25 for a pack of four on Amazon, too--although it might be cheaper from a third-party refill vendor. So, i can heartily plug this printer. I'm in no way connected with EPSON and just wanted to share my experience.