I am considering a doweling jog for a project, but don't see myself using dowels as my "go to" method.
It seems that the Beadlock Pro Rockler sells would serve as a dowling jog as good as any $100 or under doweling jig, except it is limited to 1/4", 3/8" and 1/2" sizes. The flexibility to do loose tenon joinery is appealing, too.
Any thoughts, experience, or other input?
The dowel max is out of the question, but is there another jig worth looking at? The HF model gets horrible reviews.