system-configure-printers is the rather pleasant, functional and useful printing utility that used to be bundled with Ubuntu.
It stands in stark contrast to "gnome-control-center printers" which is more or less useless at allowing you to configure, setup or otherwise manipulate printers.
(note that this is the maximum level of configurability afforded)
Seeing as how this is Mint and it strives to be useful, it would be great if system-configure-printers could be ensured to be the option which shows up on the menus (it's installed by default, but has a NotShowIn=GNOME;Unity option) enabled by default.
It would also remove a dependency on Gnome Control Center.