That is beautiful. It looks like a piece of furniture.
I have no experience with those hardwoods and they
look great. I just built one last month and I know the
work and thought that goes into these things. Seeing
the finish and look of yours makes my maple and plywood
sled look rather utilitarian, but one thing I like is
that I won't be afraid to use it. When I was building
mine, I searched around and took inspiration from what
I saw others doing. I like the way you dropped in the
T-track and now others who follow will have yours to
build off. This is a cool forum.
That's better than any cross-cut sled I have ever
seen posted here, designed in a magazine, or sold
anywhere. Absolutely incredible!
Now make the adjustable stops for repetitive cuts
to length, add a 45-degree miter jig, and don't
forget the Lexan sheet to bridge the two fences...