With the Micromark gone, and the Proxxon getting only so-so reviews, it looks like the "ShopFox" (and whatever other identical ones with a different brand name are out there) is about it...or am I missing something? The Proxxon is smaller and much lighter, but people have said some not-so-great things about slop/play, vibration. I like the size of the Proxxon, you could actually stick it on a shelf when not in use, but even with what people are saying, it costs something like $80 more than the ShopFox. I forget the price of the Micromark when it was available, but I guess that it was even more costly. Then again, for what a milling machine does, I wouldn't expect something to be all that cheap that actually works well.
Sooo...I wouldn't be making parts for the space shuttle or a matter/antimatter converter, but small, light, reasonably accurate...and of course, affordable are the bullet points. Have I missed a machine?