Honestly. I've had both grinders and the commadante IS better for pourover, but it's not anything mind blowing, it's because the commandante has less fines at pourover settings, that's the only difference.
With the M47 Pheonix I just let the fines stick to the lid and don't tap hard on it and I have the same result as my commandante. It's kind of funny how that works as a fix, but it does.Update to kinu's response on the grinder alignment.
thank you for your interest.
The "classic'' M47 have morse cone principle and the Phoenix have same axle and adjustment wheel but the bolts that are made in metal and are press fit and conical are changed to plastic components made by a big hopper in ABS plastic where the ,,bolts'' are implement inside as well the lower part where the burr set in installed.
At final, the Phoenix have near the same perfect alignment...
You are welcome to test the Phoenix or to go with the ,,Lion'' of the grinders , the M47.
That was there response to me, pardon there English as it's not there main language whatsoever.