Ifirst saw the Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig at one of those fast-talking woodworking- show demonstrations. It immediately got my interest. I knew I could use it for joining stile-and-rail work perfectly, as the demonstrator suggested, but I suspected there would be lots of other uses as well. I bought the K2000 ProPack kit ($144.95, 800/447-8638, www.kregtool.com). It comes with the jig, two support wings, accessory blocks for drilling pocket holes in 1/2-inch and 11/2-inch material, a 6-inch face clamp, a pocket-hole drill bit and stop collar, two Phillips-head and two square-head extension drivers, and a small assortment of Kreg’s pocket-hole screws. It’s a pretty complete package, except for the screws. You’ll need more (drywall screws work, too). The kit also