someone just posted a similar thread not long ago, and there was a bunch of replies trying to help with ways to stay away from the super-auto!
My experience is limited, but I have used both the sunbeam, and super-autos Jura and Delonghi, and I wouldnt call the super autos quicker. After your morning shot you would have to clean all the tiny milk parts very well to remove any traces of milk; run a machine rinse; and still clean the drip-tray. You could probably get away with leaving the spent grinds until its full as they dont smell bad.
Then you would have to consider measuring your beans just for the morning shot (which you probably do now anyway) as theres no easy way of removing the un-ground portion. If youre home-roasting I wouldnt imagine you leave them in the hopper.
I also find the variables arent variable enough - theres not enough play between ground too fine and too coarse, for example, and no setting for milk temperature.
Just my second crack worth :)