Supposedly, this year's Ethiopian crop is going to be pretty damned good. They are already coming in this month, and more should follow the next month. I"m drinking a Blue Nile Yirgacheffe from my local roaster, and it's very good --- much better than when I last had it.
I also tried out a siphon pot, and I am not a fran. I think I could do the same extraction with an Aeropress, but with less cleanup mess. It makes for a very light extraction, so 3rd wave coffees come out looking like somewhat dark teas. I'll stick with the CCD which gives the me nearly the body of a press pot, but with cleaner flavors.
And speaking of extraction, I've been raising the coffee/water ratio in my brews as well. It's traditionally been 60 g/L of water, but I've been doing 75+ g/L. In a CCD this morning, it was 24.8 g coffee to 321 g water. It brings out the flavors more, especially for dark roasted stuff like Peet's. I've been drinking the Arabian Mocha Sanani, which is a good complement to the light-roasted Yirg.