We had one of these a few years ago. We bought it new, and paid an obscene amount for it.
If you like bad coffee made with difficulty, this is your machine. It was, no contest, the single most hated appliance in my life.
We very quickly found the things first problem - the grinder sits directly above where the hot water goes into the carafe. Steam rises into the grinder and converts whatever coffee is left into a sticky paste that's hard to remove. If you make another pot, you need to make sure everything is clean and dry, or the next batch of ground coffee will stick to any wet spots.
Second problem is the amazingly loud jet-engine like howl of the grinder. If you weren't awake before you pressed start, by god, you will be afterwards! It goes on seemingly forever, too.
It also made fairly weak coffee (though plenty hot), so we'd put in as much coffee as possible and then reduce the amount of water.
After we'd lived with this thing for a few months, it decided we didn't hate it enough, so it began to occasionally pop open while brewing. This would result in a half a pot of weak, gritty coffee in the carafe, and a half a pot of weak coffee all over the countertop and floor. It also left a horrible mess inside the machine itself, grounds everywhere in various nooks and crannies.
After one of these episodes, the electronics failed, and it wouldn't brew or grind until I tore into it and dried it out.
The "brew-pause" feature stopped working after a while, too, a not uncommon problem with any coffee pot, but this one failed earlier than most.
Towards the end, the hugely over-complicated hinge and latch assembly that holds the basket in failed entirely, and we resorted to holding the front closed with a piece of tape.
When we finally replaced it (with a cheap Mr. Coffee machine that works great), my wife threw it out before I had a chance to shoot it, light it on fire and dance on its ashes...