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I don’t think it matters much. There was a discussion early this week (I think) that suggested offsetting the edge joints on a dovetailed box. I think that’s a good idea. The idea being if all the joints line up, and the glue fails, you end up with 2 boxes, separated by the failed glue line. Then again, if you plan for that glue failure and place it strategically, you won’t have to saw the box lid. 😉
I’m late to the conversation, but I bought the guides for my rikon built craftsman bandsaw. I bought both guide sets but have only used the standard guides. It really changed my saw. It used to be really frustrating, but now it perfect every time. I also bought their fence, which I like a lot. I replaced a kreg fence, and have no regrets.
Fwiw, my bro-inlaw had the grizzly bearings but replaced them with carter. He was so frustrated with his old setup, he considered getting a new saw. He’s happy with the new guides.