Looks like a solid alternative to the better known names; if you run across one, give it a good look.
Positive Product Points
Appears to be built like a truck. Solid feel throughout. Does the job.
Negative Product Points
Haven't quite figured out where to put it.
I don't have any experience with this class of grinder (commercial unit), so take this with a grain. I'd been looking for a good deal so I could upgrade from my Maestro to a "real" grinder, since my espresso machine was underachieving. This popped up on Ebay so I tried to research this specific model without much luck (until after the purchase). Since it appeared that Cunill was pretty well-respected by consumer reviewers, I gave it a shot vs. trying to justify a Mazzer. The Cunill Tauro weighs over 28lbs., is 110v, 285 watt, 1300 rpm, 60mm grinders wear-rated for 900-1100 lbs of coffee. Solid SS housing, hopper holds 2 lbs of beans and the doser about 2/3 lb; no timer. The footprint is 7"x11"x21.5" high. My girlfriend has unspeakable things to say about the size. I have no manual, but everything is pretty intuitive. It sweeps pretty clean and the dispenser is a perfect fit in my 58mm PF so there's not much mess. Grind adjustment locks in easily and solidly; grind seems absolutely consistent. Noise level seems low, but I don't have a direct comparison. The unit works like a champ, seems rock solid and I figure I'll probably be leaving it to somebody in my will. Other posters know alot more about this class of grinder that I, but I would suggest that the Cunill brand, in general, looks like a pretty good bet. The only vendors I've come across for this specific model seem to be commercial suppliers. A new Tauro goes for $465.
The perfect Ebay experience -- found the right product from an honest, motivated seller at an incredible price. I would probably not have gotten such a good deal if it had been a more glamorous brand.