Update on the Craftsman 22114 TS:
I have had the saw about 2 weeks now and have run it just about every night. everything integral to the saw itself has kept perfect alignment, no adjustments have been needed yet. I still think I must have missed something because everything went together so well that it only took me a couple of hours to have it running. I have heard people on this forum and others talk about the endless hours they have put in assemblying various brands of TS's.
Now for the bad. I have noticed the rip fence (Craftsman) had started to get hung up and drag a little bit, after all kinds of adjustments I finally noticed that the bolts that hold the polyurethane slides on were protruding past the slide and dragging on the aluminum fence rail. It started to cut a groove in the fence rail. The good news is that it was an easy fix. I just stuck an extra washer under the bolt head to prevent them from screwing in to far and then i ground about an 1/8 of an inch off of the nuts so they were recessed well into the hole. Now the fence works great,(not as good as beis of course)but smooth and solid.
"A man who farts in church sits in own pew"