A few days a ago, my dad came home my christmas present, a Grizzly Go153×2 17” Bandsaw! What a beautiful saw. It took about a half hour to take it out of the crate and about two hours to set it up. He also picked up some timber wolf blades or Viking blades is what they were called at that store – a 1/2” and a 3/16”. I put the half inch blade on and did not bother with the blade it came with. I began ripping so two by fours to test for drift, nothing. Then I re-sawed a 6” piece of cedar into 1/16 slabs, no drift at all. I guess I got lucky. We had to wire a 220v outlet to power this machine up and it only took about about two hours, which is pretty good considering we had to wire across the shop (38’) to the breaker box. It cuts really good, very powerful and the fences work great. But my cuts are coming out fairly rough and require some sanding, the blade is a 1/2”, 6 tpi and I cannot seem to eliminate the blade flutter, I have tried playing with the tension but no better results. There is no vibration. any suggestions? My mom put a big red bow on the saw. Overall, I love this saw, it works great, look great and will exceed all of my needs in the future.