Not surprised. Someone bought an ESP3 AIO at work while I was away for a week and a grottier printer I'd struggle to imagine. Colour printing all over the place, scanning colour copies aren't a lot better than I can draw with crayon (after 20 attempts over 3 months to install drivers correctly got it working) and scanning into the PC is indistinct. Ink cost is a saving grace, but woe betide you running out of colour ink - even if you force it to print everything b&w monochrome it refuses to do so until you've paid your 'license fee'.
I thought Lexmarks were bad, but Kodak is not the answer. I would be reluctant to recommend either make even if they were free.
The entire printer market is fraught with 'issues'. Has Which magazine investigated them recently?