Thanks for the comment Gary. I bought the jig and other over a year ago and have been doing a lot of practice and havre not actually finished a real project yet, I do have several sort of finished project that I am using in the shop to keep odds and ends in. I have conversed extensiviely with Mark Mueller at Incra and he has a great help.
So far, you are the only person independent from Incra that has made a comment on the jug. I am not an experienced woodworker or a machinsist, but I do appreciate accuracy. I spent several year in Precision Benchrest Shooting and in that endeavor one swages his own bullets, I am not talking about hand loading which one does too, but making really good bullets requires working in .0001", so I am familiar with the importance of accurcy and like to work with accurate tools. I have found, at least so far believe that it is difficult to cut wood as accuracy as one might cut metal. By that I mean, that with the fence locked on the table saw it is difficult for at least to cut two workpieces that are really the same length. They are fine for wood working, but never are really the same length and will vary by a few thousandths of an inch, certainly now what one would expect when working with metal.
Thanks again for the reply,