I guess before you get exited about the cutter head I should tell you its not the magic bullet it looks like. Because of the slower rpm of a table saw the cutter head doesn't cut as smooth as a router or shaper. Its kind of necessary to run the molding really slow, often multiple cuts to get a clean piece of molding. It will work and get the job done but if you ever needed to make a lot of molding it would probably cost more than its worth. After I bought a shaper, I pretty much retired the Sears cutterhead. Occasionally I will have a customer that needs small amount of molding and doesn't want to pay a great deal of money for tooling to have shaper knives made. In this situation I will make blades for a different Craftsman cutterhead that only uses one blade instead of three. The cutterhead with a single blade cuts really rough but there is only one knife to grind instead of a matching set of three.