After owning a Rikon for 6 or 7 years and a Laguna for over two years, I would never again have a saw that has bearing blade guides like those on the Rikon. It is harder to set, it holds the blade less stable and the bearings wear out quickly. I don t know about any Youtube video but I have resawn about a mile of Maple, Cherry and Walnut on the Laguna and the guides still work perfectly. I have replaced the bearings on the Rikon about 4 or 5 times over the years. Now, I only use it for cutting curves.
I still use both saws regularly but for different purposes.
I know the frustration of trying to set up the bearings on the older saw, however Rikon has come up with a new system that works great. It's an upgrade, much larger bearings and spring loaded. It's $150 but right now Woodcraft has it for $100 and it's standard on the new saws. I saw it on YouTube and gave it a try at the store. I couldn't believe how easy it was to set the blade. So it's the best of both worlds. Easy to use, no tools required and steel bearings that should last for years. The ones on my 10 325 have never been replaced in 5 years.