I recommend this product with the following caveat.
It does a nice job grinding coffee. But, there are a couple of design issues. The most irritating being the catch hoppers inability to stay in place during a grind cycle. The hopper vibrates itself out during the process, and you end up with coffee being deposited behind the hopper, inside the grinder. It's a mess. The fix I came up with, was to put some electrical tape on the bottom of the hopper (increases tension between the hopper and the spring tab on the mill). At just short of $100, I shouldn't have to come up with any fixes (thus the poor value rating).
The other design issue has to do with the timer. This grinder is replacing a 10 year old Braun Automatic Coffee Mill. If you were making 10 cups, you dialed up 10 cups. I assumed (wrongly, my fault) that this would be the same with the Capresso Mill. You will have to do some experimenting on your own to come up with your own prefferences (I came up with 8 for 10 cups).
Overall, it's a nice product. It is more quiet than the old Braun (a plus). And, now that I know how long to set the timer, it does a very nice, consistent job.
I hope this helps.