I find the taste of those single cup brewing stations grating after a week around them. They taste good to okay to begin with, but gradually they taste less and less like coffee. Above someone mentioned a press/thermos hybrid solution which is well and good but despite the call to the contrary, it seems like a hassle to me.
In my experience I have enjoyed two different thermal carafe models of the Cuisinart coffee makers (where it brews directly into a thermal carafe). They have 10 and 12 cup models, both are programmable. Both will keep the coffee hot for about 5 hours without batting an eye, and warm for the rest of the day.
In terms of brewing quality, both Cuisinart models heat the water up to 200F degrees and have radial water heads. Make sure you buy fresh roasted beans and not ones that sit in warehouses for forever and you wont look back. Either one took less than five minutes to brew full pots. The Coffee makers themselves are relatively well-priced for their specs, though you are paying extra for the thermal carafe. (Of course you can save the money and buy a separate carafe but then thats an extra, possibly messy step that lets the coffee cool during transfer.)