I was surveyng the dizzying array of models on the Eagnas website. I am looking at getting my first stringing machine. I had a couple of basic questions. In the drop weight machines, they offer an auto tensioner that looks pretty slick, the Logic 90 model, that seems to compete with the Stringway ML100, only for $300 less. My question is whether the auto tension models are reliable and produce consistent tension. Also, I assume they are somewhat faster than a ratcheting system, but how do they compare speedwise with a fully electronic tensioner? Are they worth the difference over a ratcheting tensioner? However, for slightly more than the auto tensioner, they offer several electronic tabletop units, eg Flex 865, Hawk 860, Pro 845. Why they have so many models and why they are so poorly differentiated on their website baffles me, but it is what it is. I know I don't need an electronic unit, as I will only be doing my own frames, but if you can get one for the price of a manual, it is intruiging. I understand there have been some concerns expressed about customer service with Eagnas. How significant are they for someone who is just doing a few frames a month? I'm not running a shop where I have to have next day turnaround, etc. Thanks for any assistance.