So today I brought out my shop-built tenoning jig that rides the table saw fence and made a mess of some tenons. Brought over the square and saw just how much that sucker could rock on the fence. Hmm, it sure didn't do that a few months ago.
My miter sled that I made in the winter worked really great, until the summer when the oak runners wouldn't even fit in the miter slots due to the change in humidity. After planing them down with a shoulder plane it just never slid quite as well as it did before, and I'm in real trouble when winter comes back. My plywood zero clearance insert wasn't flush with the table anymore either.
Do I just suck at jig building or is every one else quietly cursing at the jigs they made a few months ago?