I liked mine. I do recommend using a silicone lubricant under the belt to help keep it from wearing out and being too hard to turn. It will also cut down on the dust generated from the belt rubbing. My only beef is that they are a pain to break down and I found myself less and less willing to try to move mine when I'd change locations. I have no carpet mill these days, just an electric job.
Lindsay & the Gravity Dogs
"Though she be but little, she is fierce." -- Shakespeare