I found my way here from my trusted friend, Mr. Google and would like to introduce myself.
Age: 48 11/12ths
Woodworking skills: I've done some crown molding and wainscotting.
Recognize the value of good tools with quality blades/bits.
Over the course of the last 20 years or so I've been saying to myself "Man, woodworking looks like a fun and rewarding hobby".
I have no skills, some patience, and a lot of determination, along with a desire to do things the right way. So, this past week I bought a table saw, compressor, and nail guns to go along with my circular saw, compound miter, and jig saw. Within the next week I'll be buying a router, dovetail jig, and some good router bits. These, along with weekend time and some cursing, will hopefully produce nice closet organizers for my 3 bedrooms. My first project will be to build the drawers for these organizers. What specifically brought me here was my searches for suggested bits to use for my targeted jig (PC 4216 for half blind dovetails). I have since found the manual (on this site) and suggested PC bits but am under the impression that I should start out with what is recommended by my Googling (Whiteside/Freud). However, I won't pose the question until I browse the forums and read the FAQ