Thanks for the input. I agree with the thought that this is one area that you can't skimp on. I too have seen some jobs where the carpenter fell in love with his laser level and never bothered to double check with a regular level. I can understand why this might happen and I've had a job where level just looks a bit off.
I looked at your link, thanks. I think the PLS360 might work better for what I want. I will look closer at it.
Is your laser self-leveling?
Thanks for the link, but I think I really need a self-leveler.
I'm all about eliminating variables from my work. I constantly look for ways to simplify and not introduce errors like having to level my laser. In your opinion, is it worth it to purchase the more expensive self-leveling unit, (have to tune it) and get a superior end-product? I was given a cheapy straight line laser and I spent more time trying to keep it in level. I ended up chucking it and went back to a regular level to finish the job.