Last year, I started milling my own grain with the AIHB Cereal Killer mill, and after about 30 batches, I'm going to replace it. I was sucked in by the price and am finally tired of the inconsistent crush, sticking, and general bad temperament of the darn thing.
The good news is I can probably reuse the base and hopper, and really just need to replace the mill itself. I'd like to stay under 200 bones on a new mill, but I'm fairly flexible.
Any suggestions from you folks that have had your mill for multiple years? I'd like to get something that will last. I brew about 40 batches a year on a 10 gallon system. I run a pico false bottom in a converted keg MLT, and drive my current mill with a drill. I think that is all of the pertinent details, but let me know if any other information would be helpful.