Here's my experience: The wireless setup was trying and tedious. If HP had taken the simple step of informing that the router security phrase cannot exceed 10 digits, else the printer will not recognize the network, adding the printer to my home network would have been a piece of cake -- almost. The rest of the cake (after finally getting the printer on the network) was the fact that this printer is POWER HUNGRY! When I plugged it into my power strip, along with other gadgets, I got all sorts of error messages. But when I plugged it directly into a wall socket by itself, the printer was as happy as if it had good sense -- which it does -- almost. The printer is a bit slow and noisy, plus, paper jams easily unless you confine it tightly in the paper tray AND it has the strange habit of printing only half of the last line of a document sometimes, but perfectly at other times. That said, it's an intelligent printer and, once you get the kinks ironed out, I think you'll be glad you bought it. But be paitent setting the thing up!