As I posted on another thread, my Keurig is broken, so I am looking to go back to a "real" coffee maker. I mentioned buying an expensive coffee maker to the wife, and she said "get whatever you want", so I am debating getting the Technivorm Moccamaster. From all the reviews, I have no doubt it performs as billed, but my question is with the build quality and longevity. I really don't mind paying $300 for a coffee maker if it will last the next 10 years. So can any owners share the impressions of the build quality? I'm not sure how long the Moccamaster has even been available, so maybe there isn't enough "data" out there yet. I've also come across the Bonavita BV1800 for half the price, but I can't help but feel like it would be "cheap", and there isn't much feedback out there on it. For all I know they'll all break in a year. The other machine I've put on my shortlist is the Bunn ST, as I've always considered Bunn to be a quality brand.