Hello, I want to buy 1 all-in-one inkjet printer that I can connect wirelessly to 3 PCs. I'll be using it for printing out microsoft word documents (essays, reports etc) and pictures off the internet for projects. I don't want the printer directly connected to any computer with a wire. I'm trying to figure out how the wireless printing technology works. I've been looking at some HP models and found one that fits my budget and is currently on sale at Best Buy, the HP Photosmart Plus Wireless All-In-One Inkjet Printer. The HP website says there are 3 ways to connect the printer wirelessly, shown in the article here. I can't use one-touch setup because my router doesn't support it (no push button). I'm not sure about the wizard, but I don't think this model supports it. That leaves the USB method which I have some questions for: 1. Does the computer need to be connected to the router wirelessly with Wi-Fi or can it be connected to the router with a wire for the USB method to work? 2. Do the computers that are accessing the printer need to have Wi-Fi, or will the computers be able to access the printer through the network somehow? The computers do not have wi-fi. I do not want to connect the printer to one computer and then have to have that computer on for all other computers to use the printer. 3. If the computers can access the printer through the network, how is that setup? My router is 802.11g. Also, does anyone know if this is a good printer or if they can recommend any other printers? Thanks. Sorry if my questions are vague and stupid, but I'm trying to learn.