I got Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day for Christmas, and I'm on my fourth or fifth batch now. It took a little adjusting to the idea of wet dough, but once I got the consistency right, everything has turned out excellent. I love baking bread, but I can appreciate the time saving factor anyway, because it makes it so easy to make something every day. The only drawback is that it makes me want to buy a bunch of stuff: a larger container so I don't have to keep making new batches, a pizza peel and baking stone (which I should probably have anyway), new flour canisters, cut bread serving platters... Okay, maybe that's just me.
I made the Olive Fougasse from the olive oil dough. It is excellent and beautiful, and even easier to make than some of the other breads. It is basically focaccia bread with olives mixed it. I took it to a gathering, and felt like a heel every time I said, "fougasse," but everyone liked it anyway.