That's what I named my Bernina 830LE. I even programmed it into the start up screen.
I brought Big Mama home, I put her on top of my sewing table. I raised my sewing chair to the highest position and it worked. But I prefer to have my sewing machines recessed in the table, to give me a huge, flat working surface. (My son and his girlfriend gave me the "Frozen" poster. It makes us smile, and that is a very valuable thing.)
Using the slide on table, I was able to
get a lot of progress made on the free motion quilting project I had
going. I tried the BSR (Bernina Stitch Regulator), but it blocks my view while sewing in one direction. Sigh. If I can't
see where I'm going, I can't get there.
I went to my tried and true #15
foot. I have used that foot for other quilts and I'm familiar with it. I use the sides of the foot to help me make lines that are evenly spaced.
I know, it doesn't look like there's a lot of difference compared to the BSR foot, but it makes a difference to me.