from Hazle Twp. Pa. on 7/4/2014
This is my second Epson printer. It prints photos excellent. Although I have not been using is long enough to find out if the photos don't fade in over 100 years. I will let you know later. I have found out it uses less ink then my 1800. Which I was very happy with. In conclusion, I would recomend this printer and probably any Epson product to be purchased. Thank you for your time.
By Menuchah Photography
from Midland, Texas on 7/2/2014
I like how crisp and clear all my pictures have been. My other printer made them look clear but there was always a foggy look to them. The only thought I have is how expensive the cartridges are and how often I will have to replace them. I am still using the cartridges that came with the printer. I ordered new ones and have them ready to install when needed. I know some of you are probably answering "well, it all depends how many pictures you print". This is true, I print a lot of pictures and of course, the thought enters my mind, I wonder how expensive it will be to use my new printer in light of how often I print a new bird or butterfly picture. So far, I love it!
from Fort Myers, Florida on 6/24/2014
I have had numerous Epson photo printers. All of them have been good, but they have gotten much better with the newest ones. I had a 2200, R1800, and now this R2000. I had the R1800 for almost 10 years , including 2 years it sat unused during a divorce. I mention this because it worked well inspite of that, and now just started to show clogged print heads. I have not had the R2000 very long. The prints look great. They are instantly dry enough to handle. The software inter-phase is acceptable. It takes some learning.
from Locust Grove,GA. on 6/20/2014
I had Stylus Photo RX700 for over 8 years and loved everything about it. I had to replace a ink cartridge and after it charged it stated parts have expired to see dealer. I was heart broken. I have always wanted a printer that would print 12X12 so I went searching. Thank you all out there that took the time to make a comment good or bad about the printers. It helped me pick the printer for me. I do scrapbooking and need the 12x12. I have only had the R2000 for a short time but I must say So far So So good. Love even the look of the test page..LOL. Thanks again to all out there and Espon for making a great printer.
By Prairie Painter
from NW Iowa on 6/17/2014
I purchased the R2000 because my R1900 finally died...I would have easily gone for another R1900 - it was a decent printer. I finally decided on the R2000 because it had the same inkset/colors as the R1900 - I didn't like the idea of re-profiling everything! Also the wireless mode was very attractive. When I set the printer up I did notice some very minor omissions from the quick setup instructions, but set-up went mostly well - except for the wireless set-up...they need to be "Much Clearer" on setting up for WiFi than they are in the instructions! WiFi was for nothing though - the printer would stop in the middle of a print and after a long wait, would finally kick the sheet out unfinished...it was losing it's signal from my router...when it didn't lose the signal it was extremely slow 4-500% longer printing times than with USB. So I gave up on the wireless and plugged it in and am using it just as I did the R1900...prints fine - no surprises there. Its brand new so that's all I can say about it at this point.