Quick Scanner which generally gives good results. The software included (Elements 8, SilverFast SE) is great and offers great value.
The specified maximum resolution should be taken with a grain of salt, it says nothing about the actual resolution, which is said to be at 1700 dpi, and the only thing that gets bigger with the maximum resolution, the file size and the grains (on film).
The advantage of a flatbed scanner is that it scans all possible. The downside is that it's a bit of a "jack-of-all-trades - master of none", ie is mediocre at many things.
A real negativ-/diaskanner mid-range and up are better if you scan slides and småbildsnegativ (35 mm) when the real film scanners have higher effective resolution (usually +3000 dpi), better density range, etc. but for paper photos do 9000F adequate job.
Recommended primarily for those who want to scan documents, paper photos with good results, and 35 mm-negativ/dior if you are not too picky.