I found one of these for sale but it is missing some of the accessory pieces such as the square-head screwdriver, the nylon stop rod, bridge material and cross-cut fence (I think) and one finger. How expensive are they to buy? Are they even available? I've heard this is a good company.
Also, what's a fair price for this jig? It looks like it's in decent shape, but the seller told me he bought it used. These are $500 new, but that's with all the pieces and a guarantee. He's asking $325.
I should mention this will be my first dovetail jig. I'm fine with making adjustments to get it dialed in. I know all jigs require some set-up to get working properly.
This might be a little bigger than I need, but I thought I could get it for a good price and then have the longer length if needed.
I looked at the Akeda, Katie, Gifkin, Porter Cable, Harbor Freight and other jigs as well. They were either too expensive, too cheap (junk) or too fussy. However, I thought I might start with cheap to get a feel for what's important to me.
Have you considered the Sommerfeld jig? It is designed for router table use, as is the Leigh 16" RTJ400 jig. The Sommerfeld jig now comes with a fixed dovetail plate but tuning forks for variable spaced dovetail and box joints are available, as is a jig and bits for "organic" half blind dovetail joints.