Once you get the hang of it, you can make almost any type of spinner (given you have the components handy), and the finish on the turns is much better than when I was doing it by hand. Here's a pic of my Boggs, "where the magic happens," that's so MTV Cribs but I couldn't help it!!!
Also some pics of some basic spinners I've made, and incidentally fished with success so far. I've especially had good fortune using the type with the red bead in the middle. Took a handful of those out a couple times to Skippack Creek and pulled in some holdover Rainbows, as well as a few small, smallmouth bass.