I have the Beast vice, side edge and bese edge bevels. They are durable, high quality tuning supplies.
The vice has proven durable as well as light in weight.
The Side of Beast (with the metal plate) is a great tool and user friendly.
I seldom use the base bevels because I seldom set my own base bevels. Mostly, I only touch my base edges to smooth out a burr or ding. I do this by hand with a diamond stone.
The accuracy of the Beast base bevel is dependent on having a flat ski base. If the base is concave at the tips and tails, a base edge bevel tool that extends across the entire base will insure a more consistent bevel. If the ski base is flat tip to tail, it works fine. The limitation of the Beast base bevel and other similar designed base edge bevels is that they extend only about half way across a wide ski base. The result is, that if the tips and tails are concave, the base bevel will produce less than the desired base edge angles at the tips and tails because one end of the bevel is resting in a hollow so to speak.
The Race Place is a family business located in Bend, Oregon specializing in tuning equipment, tuning and race gear. The Race Place also sets up shop during the summer at Mt. Hood when the race camps get underway.
I usually make several trips to Bend and Hood each year and do most of my base grinds at the Race Place because they do excellent work. Along the way, I've bought the items mentioned. I also have their tuning bench which is rock steady and very durable as well.
There is a lot of very good tuning equipment out there. The Beast line is certainly in that category. Their catalog is quite a bit more detailed than their website.