Both of my older photo-only printers and now my HP Photosmart C4210 all-in-one have developed problems this month. I stopped at Best Buy to look at small photo printers like the Canon Selphy and Canon or Epson inkjet photo printers, but the helpful blue shirt fellow pitched an alternative: HP multipurpose printers with HP's Instant Ink replacement service. They have specials ending this week so I'm pondering, but need to decide soon. The $2.99/month or $4.00/mo plans would probably cover all of our home needs, including occasional small prints. I only need a home printer for 4x6 prints, most JPEGs straight from the camera so I can get prints quickly to family, friends and neighbors after taking snaps of people, pets and parties. Anything else I'll probably send out for prints - I don't generate enough high quality 8x10 or larger prints to justify a high end photo printer at home. Has anyone here tried HP printers like the Officejet Pro 8610 or similar model for b&w prints? I'm sure the 4x6 color prints will be good enough for my purposes. But one consistent problem with my old photo printers was tinted b&w photos - they always resembled those minilab prints from C-41 monochrome films like Kodak T400CN and Ilford XP2 Super, with slightly blue, magenta or green casts. And the black ink-only options usually left slight but visible banding.