There are so many printer reviews out there. Pick one in your price range and google for info. We still don't know enough details, Mac or Windows, do you want one with a card reader in it, what kind of paper do you usually use, is the cost of ink a factor, how many prints do you run off a month, do you want one that you can color-calibrate, etc? It's kind of like recommending a good restaurant - if you go and have a bad experience because you don't like seafood and that is the specialty you won't think it is as good as the person who recommended it. I've had Epson and Canon printers and they've worked fine, but each has it's quirks and strong points. It depends on what's important to you. Even if you find one with good reviews you could get a lemon, they are pretty much all made out of plastic. Here's a general review site (which was really easy to find) -
I have a 7350, too and was wondering about this. I love the quality I get from this one, so it's scary to get another. The option I would want is larger prints but is it worth the money? I've just outsourced all of my orders for large prints, most people will pay whatever....the 4X6 is no problem to me since they send me a ton of paper every time I order ink! Do you need some 4X6 paper?? Come get it.....
I have both an Epson 1410 and 9880 printers and I am happy with both.
The 1410 produces fantastic photos, however, the cost of ink is quite pricey, especially if you have quite a few images to print out. I also use this printer with dye sublimation inks, using a second set of cartridges.
I use the larger printer for my canvas prints and when printing on an archival photo paper, again the results are stunning.
All in all, I would recommend buying an Epson printer, however, where the ink cost comes into the equation, the larger printers are more economical.
Oh and I forgot to mention, the 1410 comes with a CD tray, although, mine is still in its wrapper.