Yes I just bought the 10" 9 grain (or maybe 9" 10 grain, can't remember) and it is addictive. How fine of a surface does a 13 grain leave? What sand paper grit would you equate it to? 80 grit or rougher than that? Trying to decide if it will save much sanding time after shaping with the 9 grain.
Thanks guys, the domino did speed things up a little bit. The bottom shelf and stretchers are all domino joinery. The bottom shelf is attached to the stretcher with 5 dominoes on each side. I put 3 dominoes close to the middle, all cut on the "snug" setting and 2 near the ends cut on the middle setting. I will only glue the 3 in the middle. The only real joinery left is to cut sliding dovetails on the front and rear aprons to hold some dividers. The drawers will be side mounted to those dividers. After that is it just sanding, profiling the edges, prefinishing, assembling and finishing. I plan on spraying all the maple (top, front and rear aprons, bottom shelf, drawer fronts) before assembly with enduro-var. After assembly I will Arm R Seal the utile. I made a sample and like the enduro-var on maple.