Do you have an old printer sitting around that you would like to use? Back when I was using PCs, I had a Kyocera FS-1200 printer that was great. It produced high-quality pages at a very fast speed — pretty much all you could ask for from a printer. The problem is that there is not a driver to use this printer with Mac OS X Tiger.
Yesterday, I decided that perhaps it was time to use this printer as something other than a place to stack legal magazines to be read "one day." I spent less than five minutes searching online, when I found this article in the MacWorld forums. It discusses a generic printer driver that can be used to operate over 500 older printers from various manufacturers, including Brother, Epson, HP, Samsung, and my FS-1200.
I spent approximately five more minutes downloading and installing this driver, and now my old PC printer works like a charm with my MacBook. If you need a driver for an older printer, check out this article and chances are it will solve your problem. In less than ten total minutes, my old printer was revived and is now printing as good as new.