Thanks all, these recommendations have been great. I'm chasing down details and reviews. For most of these there's way to see them in person before buying.
I'd love to get a Monolith or EG1 but while i have a difficult time ranking my priorities one of the things i want to get out of this is being able to make drinks pretty quickly. We have 2 small kids and in the morning it's like a hurricane around our house so i don't have much time to focus. On the weekends and afternoons it's a different story but i've got to prepare for the most common use case
They're also a bit outside of what i wanted to spend.
I figured out a little more about the Eureka grinders, there's lots more info on some of the UK coffee sites. It's still a little bit surprising as it looks like they've been sold in the US for a year or 2 now but there's little mention of them. That said the Olympus (75e) with a 75mm Ti burr set seems to get a lot of consistently positive feedback, is the same physical size as the Zenith (65e) and costs just slightly more. I'm still looking around but am leaning towards the Olympus based on what i've been reading. There's only a single seller in the US that i can find too.
I want to like the Mazzers, but after using one for 10 years or so i'm looking for something else. The biggest deterrent for me is the grind adjustment, i want to dial it in for different beans but the fact of the matter is i just leave it alone because it's too much of a pain to move. That, and trying to keep old grounds out of the doser drive me nuts (i realize that wouldn't be a problem with a doserless model
I'm still digging around though, it's great seeing what all has changed with grinders over the last decade.