It Printed, It Scanned, It Copied, It Died.
I used this printer for about five months without too much trouble. The wireless network setup went easily when the printer was plugged in via USB, so no complaints there. The scanner functioned OK, but seemed much slower to scan than any other (even considerably older) printer/scanners I've owned. I avoided scanning at 300dpi or higher whenever possible due to the scan times at higher resolutions counted in multiple minutes, rather than seconds. This was the case whether scanning over the network or directly via USB.
I was only able to print through about half of the ream of paper I bought (about 250 sheets printed) before it died. A paper jam error came up one day, seemingly at random, and could not be fixed even using all the troubleshooting techniques offered by the online tech support chat agent. He quickly came to the conclusion that it was a mechanical failure and it would have to be sent back under warranty.
I was offered a gift card for more than the original purchase price and was provided a pre-paid shipping box and packing materials to send the old printer back. Customer service was excellent, so kudos to HP for that. My main gripe is that I still have most of the ink leftover from the first replacement pair of cartridges I bought!
Overall I was slightly disappointed with the performance of this printer, but while it lasted, it did everything you'd expect a $50 printer to do.