Pros: 100% recycled, easy to use
Cons: not too pretty
I've only had this compost bin for a few weeks, but I like it so far. First off, it's made of 100% recycled plastic. Awesome. Secondly, it's easy to use. The instructions said it was supposed to come with some hardware, but didn't. But I don't see why it would need hardware anyway. You just put down the base, put the bin on the base, and spin it. It seems to me like if you were to attach some bolts, it wouldn't spin anymore.
So the process is very simple. Put some grass clippings and shredded leaves (I just ran over some with the mower) into the bin. Then toss in some food scraps and add some water to make it moist. Put it on the base, spin a few times. Then spin it again every so often. That's it. The bin also has the days of the week marked on it, so you can record when you last spun it.
I haven't had it long enough to make good compost yet, so I'll have to wait and see how well it works, but it seems well-designed. It's sturdy, but light and easy to spin. It's not exactly the nicest looking bin, but pretty inconspicuous in black. And I got it for $170 on Amazon, which is one of the cheaper composters I could find anywhere.