Assuming you actually remember to fill your Brita pitcher, the biggest problem most people have is simply remembering to change the filter every two months. (Not you, though. You totally changed yours at the end of November. Or was it September? Ah!)
In case it's been a while since you bought your pitcher, know this: A few Brita systems — including this stainless steel model — now come with an electronic filter indicator that lets you know when the filter needs to be changed. (You could technically just set a reminder on your calendar, but you've got enough stuff stressing you out on there.)
It's sleek and sophisticated, with an eight-cup capacity, and the stainless steel body will probably match your oven and fridge ... something we know everyone looks for when picking a water filter.