I was fortunate enough to receive a Kreg Rip Cut last spring as they were first shipping but didn't begin using it until this fall. Initially I attempted to attach the Rip Cut to my Worm Drive Mag framing saw. The base of that saw has a lip that is great for pushing dust out of the way but makes it difficult to attach the Rip Cut, so I got out my back up saw- an older sidewinder Skill with a flat base and attached it to the Rip Cut. The attachment was firm and stable and did not shift or flex under pressure. I have to say that at first I was concerned that the plastic base and guide would be too flexible and leave me with inaccurate cuts, but I have found that I am able to rip and crosscut sheet goods with this simple jig with the same accuracy as my table saw with a 52” Biesemeyer fence attached. There is one part of the cut that needs extra attention and that is the last 3-4 inches as the guide leaves the material and there is less and less guide bar for the saw to reference. But with a little attention as you exit the stock, you will be able to keep clean, straight cuts. For years I had considered building a panel saw but don’t want to commit the space in the shop. I think I have found the next best thing in the Kreg Rip Cut and for less than $40 you can’t complain about the price either. Thanks Kreg, another product that we can afford and use!