I am brand new to stringing, and considering to buy a used machine to string for my family and friends, so probably only a couple of jobs a month. There are a Neos and a Eagnas combo 900le for sale locally. They both have about similar price between 200-300. Neos belongs to a sports club and was used as a backup machine. The owner said it is in pretty good condition and calibrated. But by the a little blurry photo I got, paints on the edge of upper tray is pretty gone, so hard to say how heavily it is used. Anyway, after lots of researches, I have a few questions: 1. how much is Neos clamp drawback typically? In TW's stringing video: between 2:30-2:32, when the tensioner is released, it's very obvious that the clamp moved back at least a couple of millimeters. I observed similar behaviors in a few neos video on youtube. Is that typical for Neos? How about any other string machines esp fixed clamp ones? 2. I am a little worried about the parts availability. Seems many parts have been out of stock for quite a while. 3. What tools/accessories are included in Neos? The list I collected is: a) 2 flying clamps b) 1 shorter bar (for ATW pattern, earlier model might not have it) c) cutter/nose piler/ awl d) tip/throat riser pad set (4 pcs) e) throat retainer pad (10+ pcs) Anything else? 4. How is Eagnas combo 900le? It is their relative higher end of the Eagnas crank line, and seems not much negatives on that. Guess the machine is out of warranty anyway, so probably do not need to deal with their customer service except buying parts from them if anything breaks down. I kind of like their 6-points bracket vs Neos's 2-points. Any suggestions/answers are appreciated.