I purchased the Hario V60 01 ceramic pourover dripper along with the appropriate Hario filters, Buono kettle, and a Skerton (a Hario-splosion!) and am so pleased I could burst. I'm still working out the appropriate grind setting on the Skerton, but even so the coffee I've gotten from the pourover is just awesome. The quality is what you would expect: ceramic like a nice coffee mug. There are also ridges along the sides that keep the filter from plastering itself to the walls, preventing clogging since the coffee can run along the ridges instead of being forced to go all through the center bottom. The only problem I have is that I now want to spend more money to get the V60 02 and a carafe to make bigger batches of coffee!
Please be sure to get the right filters (i.e. specifically for pourover, and ideally the Hario brand) because, like in previous reviews, the filters are made to support the design of the dripper and the V60 is just one big hole on the bottom. If you use a filter that isn't designed to support the water and coffee, you'll probably experience ripped filters often. I suppose you might be able to double-up! May be worth doing the math to see if twice the number of Melitta or other filters cost less than the $12 for 100 Hario filters.
Also, it does take time to make pourover, so if you don't have 10 minutes to make coffee when you want it, it's probably not what you want.
brewmethods.com has some really good videos showing pourover (and other!) methods if you want to see it before you buy.