The one page instructions show a different motor that has a pause button, instead of a pulse button which this one has. I would suggest supplying a real instruction booklet, I already make pasta so not a problem for me, but... .The table clamp is blocked by the plastic motor support, so it has to be run loose on the table. This turns out OK since the motor does not make it walk. The out feed is directly under the rollers, with the motor a bit in the way, so you have to be quick to slide your hand under before the dough bunches up. Nice to have 2 cutters mounted, since they are the most common sizes, but that limits any optional tools like a ravioli attachment, or taggolini. It does fit my Imperia pasta roller, so I can use it as well, but not my tomato strainer as I hoped.