First off, thanks for letting me in the sandbox. Look forward to learning the CNC world. Am 32 years IT and been working on Harleys for 15+ years so not afraid of dirt, technology, guns, or beautiful women. I'm looking at the ACRO 1510 mainly because I'll start with small stuff while experimenting but will certainly move onto large projects once familiar with usage. I am a little confused though on what exactly is needed for this "kit" as some items don't seem to be selectable such as stepper motors, etc.. I'm new to the CNC world and looking to take the dive but I want to buy a system that is all-inclusive meaning I don't want to start having to buy other parts to make it work. I get there is the mechanical and the electrical side of this, not worried about that, not worried about following instructions to assemble it (no my man card still will not allow me to ask for directions) but what I also don't want is something I have to constantly tinker with to make it work. I want to buy it, build it, and USE IT, not constantly adjust it to make it work. Am I in the wrong place for this or can you folks point me in the right direction.