Too much powder. You'll waste 1/2 of your coffee. Don't buy it.
Positive Product Points
Tablespoon measurements on the side of the recepticle Looks nice, sorta Nice and easy (and stable) adjustment for grind coarseness Not too much static Does an okay French Press if you're willing to sieve the powder out from the grinds before brewing.
Negative Product Points
Lots of fines Not even remotely usable for espresso No timer (though I've seen newer ones with timer) Does an okay French Press if you're willing to sieve the powder out from the grinds before brewing. Did I mention powder? Slow
I've had this coffee grinder for well over a year now. When I first got it, I thought it was pretty good. I guess I simply didn't notice the powder problem. Tried it once for espresso (that's what I'm using the KM 30 for... modified, of course) but it wasn't up to the task at all. I use it for press and drip coffee. For press I find that if I don't want a massive amount of sediment, I have to shake the grinds in a large sieve. For drip coffee, I grind about 3-4 TBSPs worth then I open it up and scrape the accumulated flour-consistency powder from the side of the recepticle before it falls in with the grinds. I repeat this until I have enough grinds for my coffee. One thing I guess I kinda dig is the simple on-off button on the side. Also, changing grind coarseness is nice and simple (not like the Melitta! ACK!!). I hate all the powder though. If you're in the market for a grinder of this type at this price, go with the Braun KM30. It's better (but slightly more money).
Followup: I removed the hopper and top burr (all one piece) and scraped the innards out until it was spotless. This *helped* the powder problem but certainly didn't cure it. This grinder is very sensitive to being dirty. Maybe it's not so bad, but I'd still recommend the Braun instead.