...I can't believe that I am the only one that has one...I have had one about 2 months now and am happy with it. It is of course more expensive than making something similar your self, but I just never seem to be able to find the time to do things like that. I am pretty much a one man nomadic operation and this is pretty easy for one person to fold up and carry around. I can back my van up to it (or move it to the van), slide plywood out of the van and onto the table easily for cross/ long cutting. It does require a little effort to make sure your kerf is in line with the spaces of the table below as 4x8 plywood overlaps a foot on each end and 6 inches on the sides. Smaller pieces do tend to slide around unless they are clamped to the table. Also the table top flexes to match the contour of the ground it is sitting on, there are large adjustable feet provided to level, but it is much faster if you are sitting on a floor, concrete or somewhat level ground. I made up a piece of melamine to use as a top when I need more of a workbench than a cutting surface. I have not found much use for the peg things they provide as of yet. It does need to be assembled, but it was not too bad. I bought it with a tool tray but have not installed it. Any other questions just let me know!