A few weeks back, I purchased a printer for my parents. Now, my parents are not the most "tech-savvy" folks in the world, so I wanted to make sure that they got the right printer for their needs (which were fairly simple). It needed to have wireless printing, print in color, and produce high-quality images. So I did my research - I went and read reviews, I looked up the specs and compared them and then looked at pricing. I went for the low-cost option. Well, after i purchased the printer, it turned out that the low-cost did not do all the things I wanted it to. In fact, the quality was bad, the wireless connectivity was spotty, and it just didn't meet my needs. So, I returned it and went with another option. It was more costly, but once I got it installed at my parents, it works like a dream, and they couldn't be any happier with it.