Swamprb, ya done good.
I don't think you can go wrong with one of these, they require only a minor amount of care as long as you keep 'em clean and protected from rust. And if you're into making your own lard, (My Mom did just that when I was a kid) it's a multifunction appliance. Not sure I'd press grapes or other acid fruits in it unless well sealed, as the acid will react with exposed cast iron and can influence the character of wine, s'pose that could be mitigated by limiting the exposure to the metal though.
I happened across one of the 4 qt models a while back at an auction, it was complete, in great condition, so I bought the thing for $40 I think. Think it had been stored behind a cloths dryer as it was encrusted with a lint bark that took more than a little elbow grease to get off. The screw was the only thing rusted, and a little oil and steel wool tood care of that. The spout is a little dented, but doen't impede the flow of meat. I've used it a lot, and other than needing to be bolted to something solid, it's a great tool.
But, my appetite for sausage is increasing, so I'm starting to covet one of the larger SS models along the lines of a Weston vertical, probably a 20#'der.
But Mrs. Beekeeper ain't signed off on the procurement yet...