I have been using Cafe Cups for a few months, and am here to report that they are a good buy.Log In They are little reusable pods for the Keurig machines. I have also used the much bulkier one that came with my Keurig, and it is much more inconvenient. These little guys just pop in like a K-cup, and you can fill them with whatever coffee it is you like, saving you money (Kcups cost on average twice the cost of coffee itself). The factors that made these more worthwhile than the Keurig brand reusable pod are: 1. They fit right in the machine -- for the Keurig brand reusable cup, you have to remove the pod holder from the coffeemaker, which can be a little difficult. There are also really, really sharp needles in the machine to puncture the pods -- makes the process kind of scary to "unsnap" the pod holder from the machine. 2. They are easier to clean, and can go in the dishwasher. The Keurig brand one has a screw on lid, and a removeable mesh filter that goes in it. More parts to clean, more parts to lose. The Cafe Cups have a snap on lid that stays attached to the cup -- only one piece total. 3. You get 4 (or even 6) in a package. The Keurig one comes with a single reusable cup, while the Cafe Cups give you a few to work with. Ideal if you are not the only one who uses the machine, or if you have one in the dishwasher, you still have one to use. I recently brought a few of these in for the office Keurig machine so that people can get cups of their own coffee, rather than be limited to the (super cheapo brand) K-cups that are offered to us. I personally make Starbucks Blonde roast in mine . Has anyone else tried them? Anyone have any complaints? I haven't found a feature I didn't like about them yet.