It's this cradle: http://www.cherrytreetoys.com/prodinfo.asp?numberB-197&aitem &mitem
The headboards require 13 holes in each of four pieces at precise angles. I've done that sort of thing with other drill presses but I was pleasantly surprised how fast it was with this machine. Because it has a spindle lock, I was able to lock it down and eyeball the angle while I used both hands to tilt the table. Because it has a six-inch quill travel, I was able to go from top piece to bottom piece without changing the table height. Because the depth stop had a quick-release and fine tuning I was able to quickly reset the stops for each set of holes from piece to piece. I know those things can be found on other DP's but until this weekend, I didn't think I'd appreciate all those as much as I do now that I've used 'em and seen what it means to time saved and aggravation missed.
One way I measure a tool is whether I ever step back and grin at it just because it's fun to use and this Saturday, I patted myself on the back. I like this drill. :-)
Oh, and no it doesn't have a laser on it.