Forgive me if I ramble a little... So today was an epic day for me. Today I got to bring home my TW90. (My first grinder mind you) I had to wait six weeks while it was built, so needless to say, I was ecstatic that the day had finally come. I was even more excited when I got it home, unpacked it and mounted it to my workbench. But before I ever fired it up, something so trivial (you might even say it was stupid) happened, and it absolutely made my day. What was this eye opening, day making thing you ask? Well before I fired it my grinder I figured maybe I should read the manual for the motor. So that's just what I did, I read the whole manual cover to cover. That is something that I can honestly say I have never done before. I have never read a manual cover to cover before, because normally a manual is written in a crap ton of languages right? Well get this... this manual was written 100% in bonafide American speak (English). I don't know about you, but I have never seen a single manual that was written only in English. I've seen plenty where the Spanish, French and even the Chinese versions came before the English, I've even opened up a manual that was only in spanish but never one just in English... well I'm sure that a lot of you will probably think this is stupid, but it really made my day to read a manual that put Americans first because so often today America and Americans are belittled and put down.