Hi all,\n\nI've been struggling along with an Epson XP410 for a while now. The biggest problem is that we print so seldom (just a couple pages a week if that) that every time we need it the heads dirty or clogged up and barely work. We end up wasting away all our ink trying to run cleaning cycles, which don't even solve the problem. I have since read about how these cycles can make the problems even worse, but that's all beside the point now because it's gotten so bad that the pages come out practically white and I'm done fighting with this thing.\n\nBecause of the long intervals between our prints I started looking towards color laser and wondering if it could be cost effective over time (especially since we're currently wasting tons of ink on cleaning cycles and bad prints).\n\nHowever, when I went into Best Buy the salesman pointed me towards the Canon Maxify 2320. He claimed the ink system it uses involves vacuum sealing and that it's designed to fix the clogging problem that inkjets can have when they sit idle too long. This, coupled with the large paper capacity and apparently pretty good yield (black xl cartridge claims 1200 pages), makes it seem like a pretty good solution for me, especially for . \n\nSo is the Maxify a decent machine? Is it really any better at resisting clogging?\n\nThanks for any help!