You would be happy with the one I own a Canon multipass 370, I copy all my retail DVD, CD and VHS cover art with it. Ink tanks 2 one is colors one is black but heres the kicker when you do a ink test you get dark and light Magenta(red), dark and light Cyan(blue) dark and light Yellow and the other tank is black. You don't have to have 6 tanks plus black to have your photo ink colors. I would back my DVD colors to a laser jet for it would be easy to spot, the cheap studios use 300 dots per inch anything more I or other professional printers would spot a hires(High Resolution) cover easily with over 300 dots per inch easily. You can use its built in 48 bit scanner at 600 dots per inch, but I use Kodak both sides semi-gloss for my covers and the same as the studios 300 dots per inch. For scanning I have Matt DeVilliers (DVDcoverart.com) way in my head and teach newbies how to scan for hires.
I also use Paint Shop Pro 9.01 to take out the creases out of the spines 2 edges, by using the clone tools and others that are available or to shift items or text around for a custom made cover then have your 2.0 USB connected Printer print it out. I do black and white to color with the right Notebook, Paint shop Pro, and knowledge of sizes, you can do just about anything on the Canon 370M/P. I also re-ink my cartridges instead of paying through the nose, unlike Hewlitt-Packard the print head is not on the ink cartrdge tank, its a seperate box that can be replaced at a great savings and Canon 370 M/P costs about $149 now.