I've owned several of these. I have opinions about them. Mine, mine, mine. Ok... here you can have some:
Cuisinart Coffee Grinder
STRONG BUY -- This is a 2-part grinder with a removable bowl+blade. It works great and has about 2x the bean capacity than typical household bean grinders. I often see lousy reviews for this because it's more complicated, and owners overtighten the bowl and break off the retaining pins. Don't abuse it, and it'll last forever. This updated model adds cord storage, but it looks nice enough that mine lives on the counter. I like it enough that I bought a backup in case mine dies.
Cuisinart 5.5qt stand mixer
STRONG BUY -- It's compact, strong, and reliable. Easy to clean. Fewer accessories available than the KitchenAid ones, but far less expensive for the basic mixer and accessories.
Cuisinart 3-pc chef's classic cookware set (with nonstick pan)
BUY -- Pretty nice stuff for an ok price. The handles are very strong with little flex. The pan bottom does not flex when heated, making it ok to use on glasstop ranges. I have several.
Cuisinart 11 & 12-pc cookware set
STRONG BUY -- I love these pots, and the pans are better than average too. I have a few of the nonstick pans and they hold up pretty well, but the uncoated pans are pretty easy to clean even with tough foods. The handles are top-notch and don't conduct much heat. The pot/pan bottoms do not flex when heated, making it ok to use on glasstop ranges. I have several, will buy again. Great price.
Cuisiniart 12-cup coffemaker (brushed alum/black)
MAYBE -- Does what it says on the tin. But fiddy bucks seems kinda high for a refrobbished coffee maker. I received one as a gift, but a french press was easier at home so I didn't use the Cuisinart pot much. I donated it to the middle school teachers' lounge, and they seemed to like it.
Cuisinart Gourmet Griddler
PASS -- I really wanted to like this griddle, but the heat controls are fiddly. It seems to go from ineffective-lukewarm to melt-your-own-knobs-off in about 1/8-turn of the knob. Two refrobs in a row behaved the same way. Donated them to Goodwill.
Cuisinart 4-cup coffeemaker
PASS -- Fiddly. Plastic. And in 'Merica size, it only makes about 2 cups. Too small for the office (where filters are nice because people don't know how to clean anything). At home, just use a standard 1qt french press and skip the hassle and filters.