Now here's part two.
Yesterday my wife left town for a few days and now, at last, I have time for my shop. The first thing I did was build the smart table. There was one top rail short in the shipment which I will mention to Dino tomorrow, but other than that, the whole thing was a piece of cake.
Next I installed my saw to the smart base. Again, a piece of cake. Unfortunately, one of the guide edges on my 50 inch rail, the EAC-1 shattered in the middle for some wierd reason. Otherwise, another easy job. I trimmed the other EAC-1 and it worked perfectly. One thing I did was line up my saw blade so it barely "kisses" the EAC-1. I made my first trial cut using the side with the good EAC-1. Knowing how plywood just loves to splinter, I made my cut on plywood. The result was a perfect edge on the finished piece.
After I was done with my work for the day, it was time to put the system away and when doing so, something dawned on me: This is the only woodcuting system for anyone with a tiny shop. The whole system stores flat on a shelf and is completely out of the way, yet stores quickly as it is to set up. That factor alone is worth promoting. The most accurate system on the market and the most compact, by far. The only thing that really took up space was the smart table, and that is leaning flat against the wall.
In spite of the EAC-1 and the missing top rail, the system is absolutely fabulous. Just think, I will be able to pass it down to my son, and he to his daughter, and she to her son, etc.
It just does not get any better than this.