Hello, Folks. The wife and I decided we wanted to get into CNC. So like many things in life why not just JUMP right in? I spent a few days researching, watching videos and reading until my head was about to explode. Liked the X-Carve. Saw the Shapeoko frame was more stout. But both have belts. Saw the CNC4Newbie extensive upgrade kits coming out for both of them. Then stumbled upon this site.... My question is what are we missing???? This is what is heading our way: Lead 1010 (wiring kit, 24vdc power, 4 high torque motors NEMA-23, Dewalt 611, dust shoe) Blackbox Z Touch Plate - with they had an x/y/z one Extra LED light (missed that 1010 came with it) and 2 spare limit switches 1/8 shank collet CNC4newbie slider 7" with square linear bearings Dewalt 735x planer (can't trust Lowe's wood LOL) Amana AMS-132 bit set - expensive but seems top notch and long lasting a few sets of junk bits ($15.00 amazon sets) to test things out and tinker 1.5 hp dust collection system - ShopFox Forgot to grab the IOT switching relay power strip for now - but heck turning on the router myself won't kill me. The other big question is software. What doesn't the Lead 1010 come with? I see that I can get an Autodesk Fusion 360 license for free as a hobbyist? What about this Vector software that Amana seems to provide tool profiles for? How have folks modified the Lead 1010's spoiler board for clamping? I haven't dug into the forum enough yet to find the "best" layout. Thanks for any insights you can provide! Gotta love us Newbs!