I only wish the Baratza Preciso was a good as the company that supports it. When I inspected it more closely, I noticed a wobble in the burr. I don't know if that is the problem, but I've lost faith in the grinder. While the Preciso may work well for light or occasional use, as a day-in-and-day-out grinder it doesn't seem to hold up. Next time i'll stay with the solidly built Italian grinders. I gave the grinder lower points on the cost vs. value since on a long-term basis the cost savings quickly diminish if the machine prematurely wears out.