Yeah! It's Good
The verdict? Score!
The printer on this thing is not fast. No problem, I've got a black and white laser printer that cranks out the pages when I need to print. The printer is very good though! I needed some extra real estate fliers one day. I printed a few on the Brother printer just to tide me over until I could get someone to print them on a "real" color printer. The results were amazing! Every bit as good as any other print job we ever had, free or paid, and that was on just thick glossy brochure paper I had laying around. Now, I've printed several photos for my daughter (tigers, kitty cats, etc...) and they come out great. I've never used it to print a photograph for framing (I have that Canon printer for that) but the quality is good enough for anyone who is not a photography enthusiast. If you are just looking to print a 3x5 to mail to Grandma, this thing has you covered.
How about scanning? This is where it got weird. I could print and view the device, but it would not scan to my computer over the network. Not by pressing the buttons on the front, not by using the software. I could scan to a Compact Flash card and the results were great, but not being able to do it over the network was a bummer. Since I could print I didn't understand what it's problem was. I checked the firewall, and never did find a problem. Then, I had another issue come up, and I reset my Norton Firewall and Presto, scanning worked. I will not be re-buying Norton when my subscription runs out. (This isn't' the only thing. Google around, Norton gets in the way of tons of stuff, and you usually can't tell why.)
Scan quality is great and the included software comes with 4 settings so you can get photo quality for scanning pictures, or you can get lesser quality for a signature page on a contract (thank you very much).
What about faxing? Seriously? Has anything had any trouble faxing since 1999? Just to be thorough, yes, it faxes just fine.
The phone works about as well as my AT&T 5.8Ghz phones (good enough, but nothing to write home about).
It also comes with a "message center". As near as I can tell, that is marketing talk for answering machine, but I don't use it.
Another neat feature is the LCD screen. It helps for configuring and if you ever wanted to print directly from a card, you could use the screen to do it. I never do that because I always find it easier to just load them onto my comptuer and print them from there. After all, I'm going to want to save an electronic copy anyways.