I own a Delta Variable Speed Scroll Saw and mounted it on a Delta stand. I have added an overhead light, invested in several different types of blades and pattern books. I love to make items to sell at craft shows. For fine finish cutting I use blades with 5-6 reverse teeth at the bottom which gives a clean cut on both sides so sanding is confined to the uncut surfaces. The cut edges are smooth enough. Transfer your pattern to the wood, drill some pilot holes and enjoy hours of creative cutting. This is not just a tool, it is pure enjoyment.