I was looking at my Canon Selphy right now and had this idea of hacking it into a desktop computer or a laptop (which I know won't fit, but still), it came to me thinking - How likely is it that we'll somehow see printers become part of the computer itself? The printers are getting smaller, have screens of their own, and are even wifi based. Their mechanisms that do the work inside are pretty small too. I think it'd be interesting to see a laptop with ink cartridges on the back, and somehow with new technology the paper wouldn't have to slide in, it'd just be pushed up and pop out on the other side. It'd still have the tray, which would take a few sheets of paper. It'd be in the bottom of course, all the hardware/hard drive at the top. HD would be flash based at this point. The desktops would load from the back and the thing itself would be above the DVD drive or above the card slots. The only real issue would be the paper jam, but I'd try and get the whole thing to be one piece of hardware to be one thing so the bottom lid would just be opened and it could be unhooked. Would you think it'd be too complex for this to happen in 5 years or so? I like the idea of printing on the go, not having to load stuff on thumbdrives and look for someone with a working printer. And I say put the ink to the side so it doesn't touch the hardware and get hot, etc.