Sorry, but I can not share in your enthusiam for all the tool you mentioned. The planer, untill the Dewalt 735, ranked right at the top and is a quality item. It still is. The 3650 I can not comment on as I have not used one, but having looked it over it appears that it is a good tool in its price range. I have the gray J610 and find it to be equal to any 6" on the market except for the powermatic longbed 6". But at that price you might as well buy the 8".
Now we come to the osscillating spindle sander. Sorry, but that is an inferior product. The sanding belt is too small for all but little projects. It is poorly constructed with too much plastic and is not stable. The split table is light and hard to get square to the spindle. The Ryobi is a better spindle sander, even with it's aluminum surface. The delta BOSS is better than either. Ridgid makes some fine tools. They also, like all companies make some dogs. For all you Delta, Grizzly and other name brand name fans, yes they all have made some poor tools. They seem to pick up on it sooner and drop it or fix it better.
I came...<br /><br />I saw...<br /><br />I changed the plans.