Very pleased with this printer. Economical to run with very good colour output (quite adequate for photographs, though not in the same league as a good inkjet photo-printer).
Grumbles: it's quite large front to back (512mm)---the arrangement of the built in duplexer contributes to this; it's heavy!---you shouldn't be needing to move it often; and duplexing is on the slow side---but then this is the base model.
For a home/small office colour laser printer producing good quality, economical output, where speed is not an absolute priority, it does an excellent job.
UPDATE: April 2010 -- no problems whatsoever, and even with the whole family using it (GCSEs and A levels, plus...), very economical.
UPDATE: 25 Feb. 2011 -- have no regrets about buying this printer; it's well made and frugal on toner.
NOTE: [what follows does not apply to later versions of Ubuntu, but is left in for the record] if you're running Linux (especially Ubuntu 9.10), you may find the 'ppd' (driver) needs modifying. Remove the section concerning 'trapping' which begins at line 105. I find this is conflicting with something in 9.10---all you'll get is a few typed lines of Postscript data (it worked perfectly in 9.04). The ppd is on the CD, or can be downloaded from Kyocera. It should be installed in /usr/share/cups/model/Kyocera/ (add the required directories if they are not already present).