I've got the loan for a saw, so payments start Dec 5th. I know that WMizer has the marketshare, name recognition, and resale value. However, there are somethings that I like better about the Cooks saws. No electronics, or electric motors, every WM saw seems to develop issues if they sit for an extended period of time with the electronics. I know the Accuset would be a nice feature, but how hard can it be to line up the head for the next cut? Steel wheels instead of belts, that tension with a spring, instead of hydraulics. Engine PTO tensions with an idler instead of hydraulics that was known to cause problems with the lower main bearings in the Cat 51HP motors. Better bearings and tracking systems. I like the operator controls/cable better than the WM LT 40/50 set up unless you upgrade. The wood is brought back to the operator, no leaning over the sides of the saw to try and pick it up. Here's a link to a video. They offered a pretty sweet deal a couple of weeks ago, but I wasn't quite ready to lay down my hard earned money. I plan on adding the de-barker, I think I'll see if I can get that thrown into what they offered last week. Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated.