Ink costs and reliability?
The slight problem with the review is that it does take into account two essential factors when it comes to inkjet printers:
1. Long term reliability.
2. Availability and cost of compatible cheap inks.
I find these to be absolutely crucial when choosing an inkjet printer. You might have given several Epson models good ratings - but I found over the years that Epsons have really weak print heads. Again and again, their heads dry out, sometimes they can be gotten to work again - but more often then not, they are for the scrap hip. It is worse if you use compatible inks, but it still happens far too soon even with original inks.
On the other hand, you might not like Brother printer quality (maybe it was just the one you've tried?) - while I have plenty of clients using them for regular print and photo print - with excellent results. More so - their printing heads seem far more robust then specially Epson and Canon printing heads - and will last a long time even when using nothing but compatible ink. The best one to date lasted about 6 years in a fairly busy small office, most of this time on compatible inks. This is a lot for an inkjet printer which was never designed for high volume of printing.
Even better still, you can buy packs of 20 ink cartridges for most current and recent Brother printers (LC900, LC1000, LC1100, LC985 etc.) on Amazon.co.uk for about £17- that's less then £1 per cartridge. You will be hard pressed to beat this combination of reliability and cheap running costs.
No affiliation with Brother - except for having tried and used their inkjet printers at many clients.
On the other hand - their laser printers are a completely different story. The all-in-one models I've tried at clients gave up the ghost in fairly short order. Go figure.