Thanks for the info.
I actually visited the Thermwood at Superline last month as I was looking at purchasing such a machine myself. Their machine is quite old, and probably wasn't the best example to use to try and sell me one.
I am talking with Glen Swarbrick at Swarbrick Yachts about using their 5 axis Thermwood. The benefit of this is that their machine runs off RhinoCAD, and can read my .dxf surface models without having to change formats and run the risk of errors occuring. At $1,500 per square metre of surface area, my project is likely to cost me some $30k just to produce the models, so cost is something that I must consider.
Do you have the contact number for the guys in Cockburn?
Thanks again for your help.