Inkjet, laser - I don't know if I have a particular care one direction or the other. Being able to print photos, thus inkjet, would be a nice bonus, but it's so rare that it wouldn't even be a big deal to instead just go to a Target or a drug store. But overall device cost, plus overall printing cost, plus print speed - I don't demand the best in each category, but a great compromise between all of them is definitely ideal. Network capability: demand. Scan function: if it can scan photos, wonderful. I DON'T expect one to have the ability to scan film negatives, but it would be oh so nice. At the same rate, I cannot imagine one with that feature would do the negatives any justice. More ideal: multi-page document scanning ability. Duplex printing and scanning: very awesome, would love. In fact, I might just say: demand. Overall printing ability: as awesome as possible for an attractive price. With that said, does the following, with the deals mentioned, actually happen to match all of that? http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Epson+-+...4530&cp=1&lp=1 It's not found on that page, but found in the ad: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Computin...DCMP=rdr103475 $50 off (in addition to the already stated sale price), simply by bringing in "a printer" to recycle. Am I reading that right: I could bring in any junker of a printer, and get an instant $50 off that specific Epson printer? So, all said and done, I could have that printer for $140 before tax? If all that is indeed correct, is this one of those: if this is the type of thing you are looking for, you would be stupid to pass up this deal? PC Mag seems impressed with it's slightly-snazzier brother, the WF Pro 4540. Epson states they are essentially identical overall, but the 4540 has three paper trays, and appears to have a larger (touch) menu, whereas the 4530 looks like a smaller screen with more buttons (i.e. appears to not have touch). In comparison, Amazon has the 4530 for $190 as well, and the 4540 for $250. Are there other models I should be looking at, however, even if it means spending, say, $170 as opposed to the $140 after all the deals at Best Buy?