I'm contemplating getting either the Kreg Jr. or the much more expensive Kreg jig kit. I'm not sure which one I need though.
I like the portability of the Jr. it seems like it would be easier to use without having the big, bulky clamp. The only thing leaning me towards the more expensive one is the fact that it has more adjustments to match the thickness of the wood you're using. I'm not exactly sure how to prevent the Jr. from creating a pocket hole right at the edge of the wood. I borrowed a non Kreg jig pocket hole jig from a friend and it also had no adjustments, so sometimes the head of the screw would blow through the face of the wood near the edge!
I'm hoping someone who has used the Jr. can maybe explain to me how to prevent that with it, as it seems to be very popular and more cost effective.
Thanks in advance!