Rikon 10-305 bandsaw
While there are some tasks for which I would love to have a bandsaw in the shop, I don't (as of yet) do any resawing to speak of, and can't overall justify the cost of one of the top-notch 14" bandsaws out there today.
That said, Highland Woodworking has a special on the Rikon 10-305 (10", 1/3 HP, 4 5/8 resaw capacity) for $199 plush reasonable shipping, and I'm tempted.
Part of my rationale is that this could serve as a scroll saw (which I don't have) with a 1/8" blade, giving me a much better tool for cutting templates than my saber saw.
Any thoughts on whether using a bandsaw as a scrollsaw is like using a hammer as a screwdriver, or if it actually is a reasonable concept?