I finally found the time to assemble my 1F Woodworker, and thought I would share my experience in the hope it may help others waiting on or contemplating one of these. I also ordered the QCW secure from beneath and the the rolling stand option. I will start by saying that all the videos and forum posts do not do this machine justice, it is a BEAST! Everything is solid as can be and pretty heavy. The QCW and rolling folding cart are equally impressive. The machine goes together as easy as they say. My advice on cutting the wasteboard is to get yourself a track for your circular saw, I used this one and it worked perfectly Bora Clamp Edge My jobsite table saw would have been too difficult to do these cuts on.
The suckit dust boot brush was a real pain in the neck to get into that slot, you really do need some patience to get this in. It is probably the only part of the design that I think needs to be re-thought out.
I am not using a touchscreen, I attached a 22" monitor with a built in USB hub that works nicely for tranferring files. I also attached a trackball mouse, and it looks like it will work nicely.
Your dust collection needs to be planned out before you start flattening your wasteboard (which I have not done yet). I looked at the Rowdy Roman one, but since I have a 3D printer, I found something very close on Thingiverse and made my own. I paid $8 for my aluminum pipe and a few more for a Dust Deputy.
I created my flattening file and grid file, so I hope to get that done this weekend. Also found a cheap easy SVG on Etsy I will use for my first project. I will report back on Monday with all the things I messed up on!