I have some projects in mind for the Burke #4 I recently acquired. I have almost no tooling at all and just about that much experience with a milling machine. I need some advice on what kinds of cutters, end mills, face mills, etc, I will be best off with for my machine's size/capabilities with regard to my projects. The first major project I'm likely to do is to make a T-slot cross slide for my South Bend 9A lathe. I'll need a 60* dovetail cutter, a face mill or fly cutter, and a side cutting bit, and a T-slot cutter. The cross slide is made from a rough casting of iron. See Metal Lathe Accessories at http://www.statecollegecentral.com/metallathe/index.html I'd also like to make the MLA toolpost for my lathe, which will require a slitting saw. Then there is always the squaring up and cleaning up of other metal pieces for other projects. I currently have 1/2" and 5/8" end mill holders and a 1" horizontal arbor (with no key slot), so I'm starting pretty much from scratch. I need recommendations for what kinds of cutters will work best and what to stay away from.