Summary: This is a good unit at a good price. The only comment is that the delivery valve is not the standard "push the lever down" type. You have to learn to squeeze the 2 levers together. This is generally no problem, but you have to teach your guests how to operate. The pot works well. There is lots of room below the valve to put a large cup. This is usually an issue with these type pots.
Summary: The biggest plus is the very reasonable price (in the $50's when I bought it). Also, it works fairly quickly--1/2 hour for full pot--and keeps the coffee hot even when unplugged for several hours. But...you get what you pay for: It does feel a bit flimsy. I chose this one because I wanted stainless steel, but it is so lightweight it feels like aluminum. In fact my unit arrived dented and had to be replaced by the seller. I agree with other reviewers about the spigot.
Summary: Bought this because it got good reviews and seemed like a good buy. The spigot handle is crap - hard to use, comes off easily, hard to put back on. Had to buy another coffee maker after 2 months. Would not recommend except for very light usage. However, if they put on a standard, heavy-duty spigot, it would be a big improvement.
Summary: This is a very reasonably priced urn and so far is working correctly. It would be worthwhile to have a little training session for first-time users because the two-piece delivery handle is unusual.
Summary: I like that it is insulated, one of the few that is. It also has plenty of room to put a coffee cup under the spigot. Unfortunately, the third time we used it the handle broke and we returned it. I am going to give it another try since I liked it so much and will post another review when the 2nd one comes in.