I agree daniz24,
but that is the Executive version (you know, it comes with it's own lathe operation engineer. Or maybe not, but fot the price it should...
). It's fully automatic, but not very portable.
However, even the bottom of the range Hudy lathe is incredibly good.
I've cut a few comms at the track with one (BB guides) and it's an absolutely painless job. It is so precise that even a rookie cuts comms like a pro.
I guess that the price of that lower version is perfectly in pair with the lathes by TRinity, Cobra and Orion.