A few months ago, I replaced my original Keurig with the Keurig 2.0. The digital display on the 2.0 model is very nice and it has some fun features like changing the display to different colors and design as well as a clock that can be set to turn on at specific times. The 2.0 has teh ability to make full carafes instead of just cups of coffee as well. There are a few negatives though. Firstly, you have to hold down the button if you want water and that means "hold it down the entire time". The original Keuring did not operate like this, so I am really confused as to why this decision was made. Also, Keurig decided that they didn't want generic K-cups being used on the machine, so only Keurig brands will be read by the machine. There are several work arounds to this available on the internet and many generic companies have started replicated Keurigs cups, so that theirs will read. Overall, I enjoy the machine and would recommend it if you are looking to replace your original Keurig model.