nah, standard NYT: Easy Mondays (I actually do them Sunday night), then increasing difficulty until Thursday/Friday/Saturday. Some Thursday puzzles are just madness. Sunday's aren't really that hard, I'd say Wednesday level, just with a much larger grid. If you can decode the theme early enough they're a lot of fun.
I occasionally do a weekday puzzle or two from our local paper(s), but not the NY Times. I wouldn't do enough of them to make buying a subscription worth it. Plus, I'd have to print all of them out, and the day I have to do a crossword on a device is the day I'll stop doing them. That's nothing against those who do, but it's not for me. It's the same with books. If I can't have a physical book in my hand, I'm not reading it. With that said, I do tend to get lost in Wikipedia sometimes after clicking links to other pages. Before I know it, it's hours past when I meant to get off of the computer.