The MX320 wastes paper and ink when an error occurs in Fax mode by printing an error report. Because I'm already aware of the error, I don't need a printed report. When I try to stop the MX320 from printing the report, it tells me that I am not allowed to stop it as it is in use. The same thing occurs when I try to press the power button. If I kill the power and turn it back on, it starts by attempting to print the error report. There is nothing in the user manual or on the controls that show the user how to disable the error report function (if there even is a disabling feature). Is Canon deliberately doing this this to force consumers to buy more ink and paper than would otherwise be necessary? This problem alone is enough for me to want to throw the MX320 out of my front window. I would be embarrassed to put my company name on this printer. This problem is amplified by the irritating beeps and tones informing me of the problem that I already am aware of and by the slow grinding and humming of the printer as it "warms up". Don't waste your money, and most importantly, don't waste your time on this piece of garbage.