I'll start with the positive which is that this is a really elegant looking printer which seems well built in terms of the hardware. The negative is that the software is riddled with bugs, the set up process was clunky at best, the scan quality is worse than my 10 year old Brother and the quality of support from HP must surely be an embarrassment to the company.
And now for the scam. This version cost me about $60 more because it claims to include "8 months of free ink" which is the marketing hook that got me. It sounds like good deal. Unfortunately this statement would be illegal in some countries because it's far far from true. What they includes is a very small discount on the condition that you sign up on a long term account to an overpriced ink delivery service. I did the calculations and the economics certainly do not stack up.
If you are determined to buy an HP I suggest spending less on something like the 8025 and putting the difference towards ink cartridges, because believe me they will need replacing soon after you get the printer. The cartridges that came with the 8035 needed replacing after only 62 pages (with no colour photos or anything) according the printer's own counter.