But that would blow up the cost, time, quality triangle. They will charge what the market will bear at the time to maximize profits. Paul raymanowen wrote: From: raymanowen To: homeroast Subject: Re: +Comparison between grinders Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 08:35:20 -0600 IMO, the people who have a real interest in perfecting their coffee have earned points toward equipment that will further their goal. Convenience comes in a little green or red-labeled jar. If I can include myself in the group, maybe we will become enough of a consumer group that we can demand a low-priced stable coffee grinder, smaller and lighter than a fire hydrant. Cheers -RayO, aka Opa! -- Got Grinder? Reject toys!