So I'm looking for some new equipment for my shop, and specifically a manual 48" box and pan brake. I'm checking out the typical companies that have offerings including Woodward Fab, Baileigh, Eastwood, and Grizzly. Obviously the magnetic brakes are sick but over $2k for a machine I'm going to use only on occasion is more than I want to spend. I'm not making a living with these machines. Just a basic machine of reasonable quality that can bend a rocker panel, fan shroud, battery box, etc. out of 18g, but with a nice crisp edge, is all I'm looking for. Let's also be honest about this; none of these machines are made in the USA, either. The prices as offered are: Baileigh - $1,695 (which includes a stand while the others do not) Tennsmith - $1,595 Woodward Fab - $1,000 Eastwood - $850 Grizzly - $625 While the Baileigh machine looks somewhat nicer quality than less expensive offerings, the Woodward Fab, Eastwood, and Grizzly brakes literally look identical with different paint. Yet there is a $375 swing in price. Does anybody have any experience with these machines that can explain the discrepancy?