I dunno about the printer, but what you always have to think about, as others have said, is cartridge replacement. This is because printer manufacturers always sell the printers dirt cheap and get you on the refills.
HP is famous for this. HP OEM refills are a ripoff as far as I am concerned. Even generic refills are expensive because refill manufacturers base pricing on how expensive OEM refills are in comparison. So you can't get sucked into low printer prices. Cost of ink refills matter, big time.
Kodak has changed that strategy and come out with printers that will use less ink and they intend to charge less for the ink. I cannot remember what the logic was, but I think it was to get people to buy OEM Kodak cartridges instead generic refills or kits. The only way they could do this would to price the refills so low that it would not pay to get generic refills.
I am not sure if this printer is one of those models.
On the camera, I would not go on the megapixels. As the other member said, marketers try to suck you in with megapixel numbers, the higher the better. This is because that is what consumers assume makes a better and more expensive camera, higher megapixels, but that is not true.
You have to go on other features and specs, such as shutter lag, battery power, lens quality, manual controls, movie settings, etc., etc. the list is pretty long.
Kodak makes a decent camera for the point and shoot crowd. Not great [like Canon models] not bad [like el cheapo $100 models.]
I don't think anyone who does not know what to look for in these type of cameras [compact digitals] will notice anything deficient in this camera, so I think this combo is a good deal.
You are not going to use the camera for professional shots nor the printer for office use, so all in all, get this. I would, but I have three good ink jets and four digital cameras. Otherwise, I'd snap this up.
In case anyone cares, the one printer I have that I love, is a Canon MP830 all-in-one machine, that has individual ink cartridges, etc. My current "best" compact digital is a Canon SD700IS which is a 5MP with image stabilization. Those can be had for $150 now on eBay. What an absurd price for such a nice camera. Oh well.
For those of you wondering about these compact cameras and prices, keep in mind the prices had plummeted due to competition [gotta love that] and tech improvements. As an example, I have a Casio Exilim 5MP camera which is very nice, super compact and cost me about $180 a year ago. I have it listed on eBay and no one is watching the auction and there are no bids. I have a BIN of $140 and am throwing in a 1GB SD chip and extra battery. Still no nibbles.
That's how things have changed. So much so you can get this Woot at this price. [For those of you who think it must be me, on eBay, I have been on there since 1998, have 2000 feedbacks and a 96.6 rating. Have sold about 15 of my cameras over time. It's simply a matter of the times. 5MP cameras, people want them for $100 or less, with a free case, 1GB chip and extra battery.]
Looking to get a digital SLR, the Nikon D40 [since I am not that good a pic taker and only looking for an entry level digital SLR.]
Sidenote: I feel your pain, this Woot puts that Polaroid Woot to shame, about 110%. Too bad you all did not have inside info on this deal coming out.