This isn't really cooking, but I'm having a coffee maker crisis. I've had a Keurig mini for 5 years, but recently I've felt the coffee isn't strong enough (a road trip where a Colombian friend made the coffee enlightened me, as her drip pot coffee was much better than mine - exact same coffee). I always use the my-K-Cup filter with my own coffee. I've tried changing my cream-sugar amounts 6 different ways. I changed the grind to a several different finer settings (I grind it 2 cups at a time, so it's easy to change it up). I tried using less water, but 6 oz is the minimum, and if I have to brew coffee twice to get enough for 1 cup, is that really worth it? I can't think of any other way to try and get a stronger cup. Then problem is - I've done it with the Keurig before. But I have no idea what I did. I've changed creamers since then (they discontinued my favorite - Organic Valley vanilla half and half) and I had to go to that Natural Bliss stuff - maybe that's it? Then I noticed the Keurig 2.0 has a strength control setting. But the cheapest one is $149, and you have to replace filters, and I'd have to get a new my K-cup thingy. I think my brain is going to explode; I can't decide what to do. Is there a better single-cup option than Keurig, that is quick and requires little work, where I can use my own coffee? This is of the utmost importance. Having a great cup of coffee every day would increase my general happiness.