Quick, easy, and inexpensive---Oh, yeah, and great coffee too!
Positive Product Points
It's easy to use and clean, plus gives you control over water temperature and brewing time. The coffee has a lot of flavor without the bitterness.
Negative Product Points
It uses a more than average amount of coffee to brew each cup.
I asked my local coffee shop for recommendations on purchasing a home espresso machine. The owner gave me a few suggestions, but then pointed over to his Arobie Aeropress. He said: "It looks stupid, but it makes really good coffee" (his exact quote). He pressed a cup for me and I bought it right there and then. It took me about five different presses at home to decide upon my preferred cup, and I haven't looked back. One thing that impresses me about the Aeropress is that it is the only brewing method that I can drink without milk and sugar if I want. My preferred method is a little stronger for milk and sugar, but I'm also playing around with lattes, and it works well for that, too. It's also good for making concentrate for iced coffee.
I didn't buy it from a vendor per se, it was from a local coffee shop here in Taiwan that stocked them (Mojo Coffee)