Fully Automatic = esay to break or break down. It seems to be a case of the more electronics/machine driven components a machine has, the more there is to go wrong with it and, when it does, sometimes it can be cheaper to throw the machine away than get it fixed.. I know of a couple of friends who have fully automatics and each one of them have had them replaced / repaired and sometimes more than once. I also had a full automatic before my journey in search of great cup of coffee, and it lasted about 6 months before it needed fixing.
Your better option is (IMO only) to go possibly something along the lines of a Sunbeam 6910 & 0480 Grinder, or Sylvia and Rocky and grind your own beans (fresher anyway), then pack and tamp your own gropuhead (you get the strength you want), pull your shot and texture your own milk (rather than have bubbley milk from an automatic).
Otherwise, if you want an all in one unit that has a grinder built in, people recommend the LeLit / Mokita Combi / Queha Nepolitana machine that has the grinder built into it. Have a look over <---- there at sponsors, but I know that Chris at Talk Coffee has the LeLit Combi and can probably give you a demo if youre around Melbourne. Theyre quite a good priced machine at around $800.00 for both the machine and grinder together and are built to last.
Have fun with your journey.