I have two Woodpecker items. One is the router mounting plate, which I bought a couple of years ago for my Triton. It is extra thick, but I really popped for it because of the twist-lock, bayonet insert setup. The other WP tool was their table saw setup gauge (see pix), which is remarkably accurate and frankly, is a beautiful tool that I enjoy looking at and using. Yes, I could get the same result with other methods and tools, including shop made, but sometimes, you just want something. I have a Veritas router plane that is also both functional and beautiful.
I'm not sure I'd get much use out of 123 blocks, but I do appreciate the utility of my set of brass setup bars (Rockler I think) that I use most often for router setup and for cutting precise spline stock.. And, I too wish they were longer.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.
Last edited by DesertRatTom; 06-11-2018 at 12:07 PM.