Yes, my Keurig bit the dust after 14 years. I want one just like it but that models not available. It was only capable of a single cup, from 8 ounces to 12 ounces. It depended on how much water you put in the reservoir as to how much went through the K-cup.
In my case, and for Folgers Black Silk, 8.4 ounces (235 grams as measured by my kitchen scale) plus or minus a gram. Other types need different ounces. One off-brand and 205 grams makes an acceptable cup.
No, 8 ounces is too strong. 9 ounces is too weak.
Which is why I can't abide the automatic as it dispenses 8 or 10 or 12 ounces. I need infinite tween capability.
Oh, and it needs a sensor like my old Keurig. If I forget the water it doesn't work.
No, I don't want to get one at Walmart simply because I can take it back for a refund. That's not fair to Walmart -- and it's not fair to me if it doesn't meet my needs (unpackaging's always a hassle; then there's the clean cycle before you even use it; repackage and take back if it doesn't satisfy)
What do you use?