I owned the HP130 for about one year, sold it and bought an Epson 7800 this past spring. While the images the HP produced were very dynamic, there are some serious issues with it.
Specifically, the images are water soluble, unless they're protected. I had some images damaged before they could be coated. There are also sporadic problems with marks from the rollers on roll paper. Next, and for me more important, you are limited with media on which you can print. There was no canvas stock possible (HP techs kept promising a product but none materialized while I owned it). I didn't particularly like the HP glossy material, so it only left the HP matte. Sometimes I wanted a different look, but watercolor or heavier stock paper was not possible. (I tried anyway, but the result was not pretty: too much bleeding, etc.)
I used ImagePrint for the HP, but even that didn't help much (whereas ImagePrint for the Epson 7800 is outstanding, espeically with PhatteBlack). The best profiles for the HP were from Neil Snape.
I do not regret migrating over to Epson.