I'll refrain from using it due to TOO MANY DESIGN FLAWS! I had high hopes for this sander while I was considering it, but after using it for a few weeks, I will be returning it for another I almost feel like I'm watching Black and White Disc sanders are capable of doing pretty good work when it comes to sanding
As far as finishing sanders go, I haven't used it because your black and white slate will only do the job There are a lot of differentDecker mouse hook and loop papers, and they are very expensive. I erred in thinking the finishing attachment would have clips like the rest and you could use regular sanding paper with it to keep costs down and use finer paper if desired. This is incorrect. But this isn't the biggest offense this mouse commits. The dust collector is practically useless. I was preparing a TV stand for painting, and when I finished I had a thick layer of dust over my garage, despite opening both doors to let in ventilation. The Dust collector had perhaps a tablespoon of dust in it, by contrast. If this were a huge media center that took all day, sure, dust would be everywhere. However, it is not this type of facility. As well, I probably needed to empty the dust collector more than once as there was a lot of dust in it. The handle portion of the device proved to be nearly useless when D tested it out. You do not need the detail sander, so I have a solution to your problem. There's a decent selection of Orbital disc sanders for less money that will do a good job and collect a lot more dust. And then you'll need a finishing sander make sure it has clips that let you use regular sandpaper. At first glance, I know you think this will cost more, and you're right. You will save a lot of money on sandpaper if you use the ones for your general sander instead of this specific sander's. Please remember to check all of the sanders that you are buying to see if they have a dust collector that can be attached to a vacuum, just in case the one you bought previously doesn't catch dust either.