Xerox Phaser 8200/N
A minor complaint: The 8200/N's power switch is on the back, making it difficult to reach unless you have long arms. The printer also takes about 15 minutes to warm up; and when printing, it makes whirring, rattling, and clanking noises.
Xerox's printed manuals fall short, but the online documentation includes movies that show how to perform critical tasks, plus extensive PDF files on using and managing the printer. When you need guidance on improving print quality, choosing paper, moving the printer, or some other topic, the 8200/N has handily included some fact sheets in memory.
Spending an extra $500 on the DP model increases the printer's resolution to 1200 by 1200 dpi and adds duplexer capability and more memory. Other add-ons include a legal-size tray that costs $99 and a 500-sheet feeder that runs $549.