I bought this model a while back and I've been satisfied with it but under very...specific conditions. I wanted as good a photo printer as I could get without spending 100's and I wanted an adequate scanner. WiFi was a convenience that I now appreciate more than I thought I would. Same for the built in media reader, it's very convenient to be able to slap in a CF or SD card, choose the already-prepped picture using the screen and print it.
Caveats? A few and they may be dealbreakers for you, for me they were irrelevant. I print everything except photos from a LaserJet, so ink price for docs was not weighed heavily if at all. As far as network connectivity goes...well, it is super easy to set up IF you have a very simple home network and Windows PC's. Not speaking to Mac's here, the Linux drivers are only partially functional as of 6 months ago, ymmv. And, the printer uses a proprietary protocol that doesn't route, similar to NetBEUI. Not even over "smart" switches, it's hub-or-same-segment only. Setting it up to work over WiFi on the other hand was flawless and simple, so I went that route and use a semi-dedicated WinXP box to prep and print photos. Oh, and the proprietary s/w to run the thing is huge, running multiple services and apps by default, with a big footprint. But on the XP, I have yet to find anything buggy about the drivers or apps. Haven't tried it on the Win7 / x64 laptop yet.
So, if you use WiFi or USB, use it only for photos, copies and scanning, hook it up to an old Windows box that you don't mind running their software on, this is a fantastic printer at a really good price!