I have a 20+ year old grizzly that I received a couple years ago. I cleaned it up, and it works great. Grizzly has a pretty good line of drill presses.
One thing I will point out, is most drill presses are designed around metal working, and the tables really aren't designed well for woodworking. This is why you see so many plans for DP tables out on the Internet. There are two companies that make drill presses that really are geared towards woodworking with really nice tables that I believe can accept inserts to help prevent tear-out when drilling. One comes from Delta, which I am sure is a decent machine. However, Delta was recently bought by a new company and has been experiencing significant growing pains, so you may want to factor that into a purchase decision. Powermatic also makes a very nice drill press, and the company is on a much more solid footing right now. Both the Delta and Powermatic drill presses are expensive when compared to Grizzly and other brand drill presses.