After ten years of polishing guitars with foam pads on a drill or an orbital sander, I finally upgraded to the real deal. Just put it together today. An initial rake of the new buffing wheels is what produced that snowfall you see on the floor. No other way to get that in Florida in August. As a test for my first time buffing on this thing, I used a tele body that I thought I was gonna have to refinish because of deep scratches I accidentally made in the clear coat, and to sand them out would have removed too much clear. Well the buffer made short work of it and now not only do I not need to refinish it, it's probably the shiniest finish I've ever produced. And I haven't even wiped the compound off yet. I have a few other projects ready or nearly ready to buff. I'll be sure to post my progress.