This grinder is everything I wanted it to be. It's a fantastically well-priced burr grinder that does exactly that: burr-grind coffee beans so the best of the flavour comes out. I love all the settings, I love that there's room to go even in each of the types (four or five number settings for espresso, drip, and french press each), and the lid fits tightly enough to keep a handful of beans in it fresh so you don't have to refill every time. It takes up a bit of space on the counter, but it's so worth it! Great tasting coffee. Still experimenting with what's best for each bean and each method of making coffee, but so far, everything's a win!
Seriously, to those people who complain about static, I say pffffft. Yes, there is static. It's a naturally occurring event thanks to the laws of physics. But if you tap the grinder firmly on the top before removing the canister so all the grind falls out in the container instead of on the counter, and you empty it into your coffee maker basket with the lid on (hold it upside down with two fingers on the lid to keep it from falling off), the ground coffee only pours out the hole (the hole in the lid it poured into in the first place) and you're left with very little mess to clean up. And since you shouldn't be grinding anything but coffee in it, there's no need to get your fingers all down in the container to clean it. It's just coffee! Give it a rinse if you're so inclined. Or run some rice through the grinder to clean out the burrs. Just stop your complaining and enjoy really great burr-ground coffee for a fraction of the price of the other guys' grinders.