I'm new to the CNC world, and I'm looking for some advice on a new build. I make woodwind instruments for a living, and I'm designing a machine similar to the rotary builds by gwandad and dougsnash, but using the C Beam actuators in the store. It will just have the X and Z axis, plus a rotary for A axis. At this point, I'm planning to use VCarve Pro to design, as it will do everything I need (shaping the spindle, carving recesses for inlay, etc.). Where I could use some input is on Control Software and Controller Boards. I've been reading like crazy on this site and others, and I see tons of potential options -- Mach3/Mach4, LinuxCNC, GCodeSender, TinyG and XPro and Arduino or RPi based systems. I see pros and cons to a lot of them, but I'm looking for some input from some of you experts on which way to go before I start ordering parts. Thanks!