Here's what kept me busy lately: a 60cm x 90cm cnc. I broke the piggy bank nearly four years ago after reading fairly good reviews on cnczone. I then went trough some difficulties and it sat, waiting for some attention. I just managed yesterday to jog the three axis and to run the spindle, it's officially back to life. In my opinion it's more a kit than a machine, no instruction at all. You've to figure out how to set and configure it by yourself. It's clearly a challenge, nothing impossible but it's time consuming and nerve racking. I had a little wooden cnc made for hobbyists, this one is not in the same league. No cutting yet, but the hardest part is done.