I haven't used the table (4x4 growth, accumove 2) for a 4-5 months and had a project come up a week ago. Cutting 1/2" plate steel for light pole adapters with about 6 various sized holes in the plate. In the 25 min cutting time for one file (4 adapters) the torch would dive into the plate maybe 4-5 times. The break would open and i would have to raise torch and hit run to get it going. After one of the file runs told the torch to go to point 0,0 (where you datum) and it took off to about 24" up the X axis and about 6" from the Y zero point. Later on I'm trying to cut out some bottle openers for my wedding coming up and in 1/8" stainless and the torch can barely make it 3 seconds with out diving into the material. Ive tried setting the material height 1/8" above the actual, raising the cutting heights specs, nothing is really working, I get a random outcome each time I run it. During one of these attempts it seemed like the VMD stopped the gantries and the torch was just sitting there on in one spot. I hit STOP and it wouldnt, so i turned the accumove off at the switch and it worked. Next trying to cut a 7.5" circle out of 1/2" using the utilities function from VMD the torch starts, moves a 1/4", stops cutting, moves the Z axis up past its zero causing the clutches to slip in the motor, then runs the circle with the torch off and all the way up... If you run it in DRY RUN it works normal minus the cutting of course. The two videos shows this. I was about to rip the accumove off the wall and throw it across the room when I heard a little noise coming from the power adapter, like a little sizzling. Ill call tech tomorrow and see if I can order a new one. As far as my torch height control... Ive never had so much freaking problem with it. And its really killing the quality of bottle openers, starting the cut again ruins the clean lines. Whatcha thinking Chad??