Several people have asked how easy the Juicer is to clean up and assemble. First as I mentioned I bought the Cuisinart Juice Extractor CJE-1000. After using it a couple of times, it's pretty easy to both clean and assemble. I've heard some people suggest that you put a plastic bag in the Pulp collector so you can just pull it out and dispose of the pulp afterward. After a couple clean ups I think I'll give that a try next time.
But for the most part, the pieces come apart easily enough, and if you clean immediatly after juicing are easy to clean. With only 7 pieces that to clean on my juicer, it takes less than 5 minutes.
Where I need to find a better solution is the left over pulp that is rinsed offed into the sink. The left over pulp is so fine that it fills up the drain strainer I have in place (to keep foods from going down the drain and into the septic system) and slows down the sink from draining. I have to scoop out the strainer so the sink will drain and because it's so fine I have to wait until it actually settles in the strainer. But other than that part of the cleanup, overall it's fairly quick and easy - This morning I made a Vitamin C Zing and was going to make the Mean Green Juice immediately afterwards to take to work, so I did a little video demonstration for your viewing pleasure.