I was in the market for a drip coffee maker for 60oz+ of coffee. The Technivorm CDT Grand has many mediocre to poor reviews. The Breville Precision Brewer also had some drawbacks. I settled on a Zojirushi CD-WCC40 4 qt water dispenser to 'manual' pourover into a 2.2L pump pot. $140.
The Zojirushi has multiple settings for water temps (208, 195, 175, 160) and holds the temp indefinitely for the cost of a 40W/hr or similar. I received the unit yesterday and it is well built, double-insulated. It brought 4 quarts of cold water to 195F in 30 minutes, and to boil in 40 minutes. On the 208 setting, the water dispenses 2" below the spout at 200F to 201F, which is fine for coffee purposes. Doubtful I will use the lower settings. Once up to temperature, dispensed water is measuring stable.
I've brewed several single cups of coffee, tea and cocoa with ease and convenience.
Today I need to set up an elevated base so the dispenser is higher than the carafe+funnel for large daily quantity (3 coffee drinkers).
Further info forthcoming as I experiment.