As I delve into the coffee obsession, I've added several brewing rigs over the last couple of years.
I started with a Starbucks auto drip machine that ended up getting recalled due to some wiring issues so it is no more. I used the recall funds to switch to a Bunn BTX drip machine. I think the Bunn is on par with the Technivorm and other high-end drip machines but some adjustments to grind & dose and/or the shower head are needed to compensate for Bunn's 3 minute brew cycle.
After hearing a friend rave about his experience, I picked up an Aeropress; great for anything from a single cup to a 16oz mug and is my travel brewer when paired with a Turkish hand grinder.
After sampling coffee from a Chemex manual pourover, I picked one up and use that whenever I want to brew 4-8 cups. I like the clean flavors of the Chemex but do need to transfer to a thermal container as it cools quickly.
My latest addition is a Clever Coffee Dripper. I've been using this to brew a single cup at a time. The jury is still out whether I find it better, same, or worse than the other methods.
All manual brewing methods use a Chef's Choice electric kettle for hot water production.
Lastly, for espresso, I have a Vivaldi II and home roasting is done on a Gene Cafe with an external cooling device.