I also dripped some water across both samples. As expected, each set exhibited streaking and color bleeding, but Office Depot's ink fared no worse than HP's.
Page yields were a draw: Office Depot's rebuilt tanks lasted 134 pages, compared with 132 for the HP inks. Based on those page yields, we paid 27 cents per page to print with the printer maker's standard-size HP 60 cartridges; with Office Depot's inks, we spent a little less, at 22 cents per page.
Buying remanufactured cartridges from Office Depot saved me a few bucks, as well as the trouble of refilling the tanks myself. I lost a little print quality along the way, however. If satisfactory output meets your needs, Office Depot's inks deliver--but the better results of HP's own cartridges are just a few dollars away. Of the two third-party ink alternatives I've tried so far, the Inktec do-it-yourself refill kit is cheaper by a long shot.