Well it sounds like you got a super deal no matter which way you go, especially if it was local and you didn't have to pay any freight. I would get all the stuff together as quickly as possible to find out what all you have. Check with Shoptask about what tools it should have, before the guy packs up and heads north. A lot of the extra tooling might be usable on the Grizzly as well. Your picture looks like it was taken off the Shoptask website. If your machine is still in its stock form, it will make a nice lathe- either manual or CNC. Milling will be more of a challenge without the quadra lift option. If you are interested in CNC work, you might be better off to cancel the Grizzly and sell the old Craftsman and concentrate on the Shoptask. They were all setup for CNC from the factory. Check with Shoptask to see if the CNC stuff was factory or a home brew. Right now it sounds like you have a potential CNC lathe and mill for 700.00- you could put your Grizzly money and whatever you get for the Craftsman back in your pocket at least until you learn a bit more about machining. If the Shoptask is up to the tasks, then you are money ahead- if not, you could probably sell it for a tidy profit and combine all three funds in a search for a new machine.