Believe me itís not only the list of driver problems that is piling up.
Additionally I have been informed that there are currently no plans to resolve the issue of print termination when ink runs out but rather as usual this will be carried over to the next printer.
The truth of the matter is has become blatantly obvious that we paid to become HPís guinea pigs for the next generation of printer.
Print termination means that no professional print shop will touch the printer for overnight unattended print jobs. HP is hurting themselves badly. I wonder if the Z6100 has this "feature" as well?
Yes, we're guinea pigs of a sort but the $1,000 rebate and free paper helped me deal with that.
Still, its the most versatile printer I've used. Every printer I've encountered, Epson, Canon and HP, have quirks that are annoying and at times aggravating. We seem to optimize around the quirks/limitations we can live with. Right now, for me, the HP Z3100 is my best choice. There's no single printer that we can't find fault with at this time.