Thanks @BuckeyeDennis for the insights. The limited set of profiles available through SS is a bit concerning if going down a single path, although the set they offer does seem to cover a large majority of the profiles out there. I hadn't thought of using a router on a tilt before, and I do like that the fence for the SS has the T-slots as well as grabs both sides of the table securely, neither of which my G1023RLWX's stock fence came with. (I added a T-slot track to the top for Rockler's anti-kickback rollers when I got the saw.)
chapmanruss wrote:Have you looked at the Product Catalog on this site? Here is a link to go directly to it.
Reading my statement again I wasn't being very clear. What I meant is that the only places that I can seem to find to purchase most SS equipment is either through the SS website/phone system or the second hand market such as ebay. I was trying to express a desire to see the items listed on sites like Amazon, Rockler, Woodcraft, etc or in brick and mortar stores. I do understand that Lowe's carries some of their items, but it is a very small selection.
@sehast - I very briefly looked at Grizzly's selection, but didn't know if it was quite compatible. Thanks for the info and I'll take a closer look at it sometime.
@DLB - I had the same question this morning when looking at that set. I see 2 possible explanations: 1) the ball bearing collars aren't sold separately, but only with the spindle; 2) the picture shown has some bushings that look like they would fit between the spindle and the collars. There might be a mechanical adaptability reason that you would need this. However, if you were to get the ball bearing spindle kit then you would likely have what you need to use it on the standard one that comes with the Mark 7.