I haven’t used it much yet, but I had already swapped out the stock controller for a Smoothieboard which has enough stepper drivers to drive the table and I’m using LaserWeb as my gcode sender and I added a Z homing switch which homes with the bed at the lowest point (that way if there is something on the bed it won’t crash the head into it). Seems to work just fine. The one issue I have with the Light Objects table is that the 4 threaded rods don’t seem to be very straight and the bed wiggles a bit when raising or lowering. Not a big deal if you never plan to move Z in the middle of a job, but with my software setup I should be able to vary Z between operations which could be used when doing multiple passes on thick material or to vary focus for other effects. Light Objects sent me two replacement threaded rods, but they don’t roll on a table evenly so I’m not optimistic that they’re better than the original ones.