I buy good stuff these days. No point in fooling around with poorly made tools that need constant adjusting just to cut square. I pretty much buy whatever the guys on here recommend these days. I am contemplating buying the Laguna fourteen 12 band saw with their resaw king blade. I visited their shop recently and was amazed at the quality of all their tools. All overbuilt, rugged, good quality bearings, great American motors. And they fall all over themselves working out a solution if there is a problem. When I got their fusion table saw, one wing had a small bow. Not much, but it bothered me, so I called to arrange a replacement and they said, why don't you bring it in so we can make sure its right. When I arrived, they'd set up a brand new saw, specked it out, then used stainless steel machined straight edges and feeler gauges to make certain it was as close to perfect as possible. That's service. A friend on my first trip there bought the 16 inch 220 band saw. He's an engineer and was wowed by the QC and build of the saws. As long as they keep the quality up (and don't sell out to some crappy firm, I'm happy to send people there. I have the last good Delta 14 inch band saw that isn't bad, but for resawing, I think its hard to beat a Laguna. I looked at SawStop and really didn't like it as much as the Laguna, about the same quality machine, but double the price for the comparable SawStop unit over Laguna. BTW, I dont own stock.