Yes, I figured I'd make two this time. I have enough confidence in the basic design that I figured I may as well dive right in. Besides most of the build time is spent setting up the tooling for each operation, so once it's set up it seems a shame to make only one part.
If you're thinking about small metalworking tools take a look at Taigtools.com. You can buy their mills with a "CNC Ready" option and install your own steppers and controller. That's what I did. I like my little Taig lathe too, but it's purely manual. I know of some folks who have converted them to CNC, and it looks like it would be pretty straight-forward. Cartertools.com is a Taig dealer and has a wonderful website. Check out all the user links. Some of them will blow your mind.
Sherline also makes a really nice line of small tools, though their mills are a little light for my kind of use. One of their CNC-ready lathes with the optional milling column makes a sweet portable CNC kit that could be carried in a suitcase or small trunk.
Then of course there are the Chinese imports...