I am finishing up the last few sheets of paper that I am scanning. I decided to digitize the approximately 1 foot tall stack of notes and printouts with notes I have accumulated over the years. I do not actively work with them anymore.
These documents were anything but pristine paper. They had been stapled, unstapled, re-stapled. They had dog ears. They had creases that had started to separate. They had torn leading edges.
The EPSON XP-820 just processed them flawlessly. In one case I did have a single sheet jam and I butchered it extracting it. So I just photocopied it on the printer and scanned the copy. In all other cases it behaved beyond belief. I fully expected nothing but problems scanning this stuff. I am simply amazed at how good a job the engineers did with the paper handling system on this scanner/printer.