Looking to buy a pocket hole jig. Find biscuit joining and clamping too slow. Want to use it for a few DIY projects. 1. Panelled cupboard doors (panel effect on front with beading, flush plain on the back) 2. Making own fitted wardrobes including panel effect doors with face frames. (lots of frames to make) 3, Making radiator cabinets. 4. Making bath panels. There's a few on the market. Kreg, Trend, UJK from Axminster. Not sure which one to buy? Trend has width adjustment so holes can be moved sideways. UJK has nice measurements on the side for different widths of stock (12mm, 18mm, 25mm). Looks easy to use. Demo video on Axminster. Trend http://www.screwfix.com/p/trend-pocket-hole-jig/52132 Kreg http://www.dm-tools.co.uk/product.php/section/6543/sn/KRGK4#.VfgXWVUViko UJK from Axminster http://www.axminster.co.uk/ujk-technology-pocket-hole-jig Thanks in advance. (P.S Dont mention Festool Domino, nice to have but hard to justify £600 spend). Also still requires lots of clamping.