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Yes. Milling down rough stock makes for a good step forward in "production quality". Not only do you have a much, much wider choice of wood but you can also make a much wider (and more interesting, imo) range of things. I love being able make just the right thickness boards for my projects.

By the way, Rockler and Woodcraft have some stock of hardwoods that are useful for small projects if you don't have a planer. In general, they are reasonably close in their dimensions. Both often run sales.
 
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