Posted by: Mbcracken
I have that same Eureka grinder and it a big step up from Rocky grinder I used for 17 years. I still have the Rocky grinder for doing other coffee grinds. We'll mix it up from time to time...French press, Moka pot, and recently the Aeropress for traveling. A couple years ago, I picked up a Profitec 500 Pro PID. It pulls a lovely brew.
Yes, I would say if there's a downside to that grinder it's if you want to use it for different grinds. It's tough to dial it in for different beans or drinks. Luckily, I'm just an esspresso shot guy, I use the same beans and the grind setting is dialed in and only gets minute adjustments as needed.