Alas, the new printer must be returned. I'd love it and hug it and call it George, but it arrived in less than pristine shape. I was worried when I was unpacking it and two of the shipping spacers were out of place. Bad sign, sez I. I set it up anyway. Hey, maybe Fedex was gentle with it. It prints lovely colors! And it's not as slow or noisy as I'd feared! However, there's a scrapy mark on all the pages I print. Very bad sign, sez I. I open up the top, and there's a free-range screw sitting on top of the imaging cartridge thingy. Not good. I take it out (unable to find a hole to put it into), run another printout. Still scrapey! I pull out the imaging cartridge (plenty gently!), and a little piece of broken plastic goes flying across my desk. Mm. It looks like just part of a broken round bit, undoubtedly where previous-mentioned screw ought to go. And the scrapy bits continue, so I'm guessing the rest of the broken plastic bits are floating around in there somewhere bad - I can't find them. *sighs*
Oh, maybe not overall - I at least know how to set it up in two minutes flat next time, and I think I'm going to like the machine once I get a good one! :)
The cat isn't going to want to give up the box...