The Epson Stylus Proto R280 InkJet printer is a descent printer for the price. It tends to be an ink hog, which is it's major downfall. I use this printer primarly to print onto disks and not paper. I will say that the colors are somewhat off on the items I print onto disk, I'm not sure if this is because of the "paper" used on the disk face or because of the printer. I only print text and logos on the face of the disks, as I was not pleased with the results of printing photos on the face of the disks, the quality was average. You have to insert an additional try to print on disks, you can't just stick the disk into the printer as is, the tray is included with the printer. After the disk is printed onto, I typically need to let the disk sit untouched for 12 hours for the ink to set in, so this is not a quick fix for printing on disks directly. I purchased a referbished version and for the price I paid and what I need it to do, it's a good cost.