Has anyone else tried the Rosle garlic press? I haven't used a garlic press in years, as a lot of kitchen wisdom says they pulverize the garlic and make its flavor overpowering. But recently, in Grace Young's "Stir-Frying to the Sky's Edge," I read that this particular tool -- very sturdy -- does the job quickly, easily, and beautifully, even if you haven't peeled the cloves. It's worked great for me, with no waste. And the gadget is very easy to clean.
Note: Not a cheap device (about $37 at Williams Sonoma, where I accidentally found myself), but for someone who uses lots of garlic, it's worth the money.