A while back, they did a micro lot of El Salvador that was really great too. so keep your eyes open. you never know what Tim might find on his travels.
Similar to you, Ardi continues to be my first choice (robot and moka pot), and Mrs seems to really enjoy the Big Rooster for her daily press pot. have to admit, it is great this way and i've enjoyed it any time i've been invited to share
I have yet to try it any other way. i think being a dark roast blend, it is extremely well suited to the press.
Let's see, others i've tried and enjoyed are the Cocks Crow, Guatemala (Ceiba Huehuetenango) and the Wicked Espresso. While all very good in their own right, i found the blended Cocks Crow better suited to pour over and clever dripper rather than the moka pot or robot. the Huehue seems to hold up just about any way i use it altho it does take a bit of fiddling to get the grind just right for the robot. In all fairness, i've found that to be the case with Guatemala Huehuetenango from two other roasters as well, so it's a me issue, not anyone else. And well, the Wicked Espresso is also very good, but for me it works better in a long black/americano. The Chalo's Colombian, while a very good coffee, doesn't tick enough of my own personal taste checkboxes.
All that said, Dave and Tim do a helluva good job on all the beans they work with. I will always lean towards the Ardi and hope to continue that love affair for a very long while. But i don't feel any shame at all when i step out and enjoy the Honduras just as much. And as you too are enjoying the Ardi, then no doubt you will also really appreciate and enjoy the Honduras.