All right, I'll let the cat out of the bag. I am embarking on my first relatively major flatwork construction. I am building a cabinet for my pen turning supplies. Today I started making the drawers and got frustrated when I couldn't get the old craftsman dovetail jig to hold the parts securely. I think it may be time to invest in a better machine. I am interested in something that actually clamps the drawer parts securely without marring the wood. Any suggestions? I might be off to the store today. It looks like an early B'day present is in the wind. I have looked at them from time-to-time and wonder if the cheaper jigs work O.K. or if they would be just another version of the frustration I already have.