I want to buy a small laser printer for domestic use, just for "adequate quality" b/w print runs. Of course laser printers are now like ink jet printers - the printer costs next to nothing, whilst the ink/consumables cost a fortune. I normally look to sites like Cnet or PC Pro "A List" when I'm shopping around for hardware. Unfortunately, the reviews on these sites seem to be very poor at checking the actual real-world "print cost" for the the hardware they recommend. E.g. PC Pro has the Lexmark C540n as its "A List" recommendation. A quick check with customer reviews and a trip to the local Staples reveals, however, that this printer appears to cost per page up to three times that of other types, not least because it dumps toner during each warm-up. Does anyone know of a review site that makes a proper assessment of running costs? Better still, anyone recommend a home office laser printer that has turned out to be reasonably economic?