Good coffee = cream and sugar added
Swill=drink it black
DH is not too particular about his morning cup. He says he is fine with the Walmart Dark Roast. I can drink it too, if I make it uber-strong. I can even use enough grounds to require cream and sugar...though it doesn't really make it 'good' coffee, just strong.
Coffee salvation appeared at last on Fleabay one day, in the form of an Original Poppery (I), not the II model. The #1 Poppery was made right. It's built like a tank with a massive cast aluminum roasting chamber. This thing is overbuilt, and just what I needed. I have accidentally forgotten a roast session, and it has run nonstop for 30min. The beans were mini-briquets by then, but the roaster was fine. A lesser machine would've suffered a meltdown.
I used to buy the beans exclusively from Sweet Maria's, but with the price of coffee going up up up, I often end up going to CCM Coffee instead. Their selection isn't as broad, and the beans are not quite as expensive. Either location will serve the home roast fan well. Sweet Maria's has a lot of information for the home roaster, to guide you in your coffee adventures. It is helpful, especially when just starting out, so you can learn how to ID the different levels of roast.
If you LOVE coffee, and have an adventurous spirit, you too might enjoy home roasting. You will get the best results from a French Press for brewing your coffee too.