Look at the link. There's a shipping charge, looks like $69. But
there's no tax though if you're not in MO, PA, or WA. If you are in
one of those states, just drive there. So it might cost you an extra
$50 or so to go with the grizzly. I haven't looked at the specs for
the delta you mentioned, but I bet the griz is better.
The shipping is handled by a freight company. They show up with a big
truck. It's not quite as automatic as ups or fedex, but it's easy.
You might have to pay a little extra for lift gate service, sometimes
not. It depends on the freight company. You can also usually pick it
up at the freight terminal to avoid that problem.
Grizzly has been around for 20 years or so and has a good reputation
for customer service. Just do a google search for grizzly here or on
woodnet. I wouldn't worry too much about parts. Things like motors,
knives, belts, pullies, and bearings are sort of generic, so you can
get them anywhere if something happens to griz. I doubt that though.
These are also generic chaiwanese machines. Chances are high that
someone like sunhill, wilke, shopfox, or even jet or delta will have
the exact same machine painted a different color and priced
differently. Griz seems to be doing great and is putting pressure on
all the others at the moment.