Need advice for a new mixer
I am new here. I just started making bread about a year ago. Now my KitchenAid died. (I was able to get it fixed for just a $10 part). But, in my research, I have realized that it is probably not a good idea to make 4 loaves of bread 3 times a week in the machine I have. I have a family of 6 and we eat a LOT of bread (and my kids are only 5 and under---so I can only imagine how much they will eat as they get bigger). We use freshly ground whole wheat and my mixer just does not cut it for mixing heavy dough.
I have looked at the Bosch universal, but it just doesn't seem like it would be able to handle the abuse I would give it. I thought I wanted a Hobart... but, I don't think I can pay that much. I have been looking for reviews on all of the other industrial mixers. I can't seem to find that much about Globe mixers, Blakeslee mixers or any other.
10qt plus size bowl (ability to mix 4+ loaves at once)
power to make at least 4 loaves of whole wheat bread
ability to do multiple things (i.e. whip egg whites and do cookies)
price range under $1000
something that will really last 20-30 years
I am willing to go used or pay a little more if I know it is a good mixer.