Relatively inexpensive, seemingly reliable, pretty, fairly well built, grinds well from coarse-ish espresso to bigger.
Negative Product Points
Runs out of range for real espresso. Just makes it to the border. I suppose the hopper and collector are rather flimsy plastic, but I haven't cracked either.
I bought this grinder when I was making Moka coffee, drip, french press, and an occasional steam driven semi-espresso. For months I thought it was a great buy. When I got my Gaggia, it came with some Lavazza "in blu" (Wholelattelove). The pre-ground worked great and produced 25 second shots with beautiful crema. I was so happy. When I got some whole bean espresso, I found the breville simply couldn't give me a 25 second pull for a single. Even on "Super Fine - Turkish." heh. Got a Rancilio.
Amazon shipped quickly and for free. Box was pretty banged up though.