Originally Posted by Penguinclaw
My Samsung ML-2240 works a treat though you need to install 3rd party drivers (they're easy to install and the official samsung site directs you to the download site). Of course my model is no longer produced but it may be worth checking out their latest offerings (and double check that the drivers are available).
I know you already went with Craigslist, but I would also recommend Samsung. I have the ML-2955DW network model, and it works great with all the computers on my home network (Windows, Mac, Fedora 16).
The print driver was already loaded on F16, so I just used the Printing
application to locate the network printer, very simple
There are Linux drivers available (from Samsung) to manage the printer. I did not load them, as I am using a Mac to manage the printer. You do not need software to manage the printer, you can do it directly from the printer. Samsung is currently offering solid printers, friendly to whatever OS you are using.