Our Keurig 2 is dying and I couldn't be happier.
Its screen is on the fritz*, which is the way most of them die. That makes sense as the thing is a tub of water, a heating element, a thermostat and a small computer with a tiny screen running DOS 3.2. The computer/screen is the only item on that list with an MTBF not measured in decades.
Anyway, I'm glad to see it go. It makes ghastly coffee, it's a pain to use and the cups are expensive. It's the ultimate 21st Century device - it costs a lot, looks modern and does something that a much simpler thing could do better. I'm sure the Keurig 4 will be connected to the Internet.
We stopped using the Keurig as a Keurig a while back. I make French press in the mornings and the only thing the Keurig did for me was dispense 12 oz of hot water into my press. My wife likes decaf, so we buy the beans at Costco, grind them and then use the little, plastic, reusable K-Cup cartridges we have to fill ourselves while spilling coffee grounds all over the counter. Meh.
I made cold press overnight for the first time, bypassing the Keurig entirely. I heated a mug of it in the microwave and it was comparable to the French press I usually have. In any case, the Keurig was extraneous. Wife kitteh has bought a simple kettle that will replace the Keurig. It's smaller, prettier and will do just what we need done.
Finally, I could only find one K-cup brand I thought was decent. Black Rifle Coffee makes some good ones, but they cost about a dollar a serving. I'm not paying a dollar for a cup of coffee I make myself. That just ain't happening especially when the coffee is at best mediocre.
So farewell, Keurig. And good riddance.
* - I'm sorry for using technical terms like this, but I don't have a better way to say it.