This is a near perfect monochrome laser printer: Wireless, Ethernet, USB network support, Auto-Duplexing (double-sided printing), compact size, nice appearance, plus the quality, economy, reliability, and speed of laser printing. If you're a soho (small office/home office) user, or a family, and don't need colour printouts, it would be pretty hard to find something as feature rich. OS X and Windows compatible, with wi-fi printing from all your home computers directly. Perfect for homes with multiple computers.
I got sick of inkjets along time ago: ink cartridges more expensive than the printer, not being able to print because a single colour cartridge has either gone empty or the nozzle has jamed. Plus the finicky behaviour. Enter the Brother HL-2270DW (the D stands for duplexing, W for wireless) - the printer I've been waiting years for. This replaces an old LaserWriter I had years ago; and I couldn't be more pleased to be using Laser again.
Wireless setup is not obvious, so here's some tips:
1. Plug the printer into your computer via USB or Ethernet.
2. Install the printer drivers from the CD, and add the printer under Print & Fax in system preferences.
(On OS X, just add the Printer via bonjour, and Apple will install the drivers for you)
3. Go to... System Preferences -> Print & Fax -> Options and Supplies. Then click on "Show Printer Webpage"
4. The "website" for the printer will pop up. If it asks for a username and password, its username is "admin" and the password is "access".
5. At the top, click on "Network Configuration" then click on the Wireless tab.
6. Put these settings
a. Communication Mode: Infrastructure Mode
b. Wireless Network Name: (insert your wireless network name here)
c. Authentication Method: WPA/WPA2-PSK
d. Encryption Mode: AES (very important!)
e. Passphrase: (your wireless password goes here)
7. After clicking submit, return to the Wireless tab, and choose Interfaces, and choose Auto (both ethernet and wi-fi)
8. Delete the printer from your printer list. This is because the one you installed assumes it's still plugged in.
9. Click Add Printer, and it should pop up as a wireless printer. Install.
10. Print a test page!
It can be found in Canada for about $100 if you look around.
UPDATE DEC 2011
I've had my printer for several months now, and am still very happy with the purchase; especially with the duplexing feature. However, there is an ongoing issue with wireless connectivity; the printer sometimes drops its connection. Toggling the power doesn't fix this, but there is a simple solution: just press the GO button for 10 seconds until it prints a test page. The 10 seconds tells the printer to reconnect to the wireless network.