Speaking of similarities, Skil’s 3335-01 Scroll Saw seems to share some pedigree with Ryobi’s entry here, but there are a few feature differences. The 3335-01 comes with a flexible LED worklight, which should stand up well to the vibration produced by scroll sawing. It shines with a focused, bright beam to illuminate the cutting area. The saw has Allen-screw clamps for holding plain-end blades in place, and they tighten easily with a T-wrench. Clearance to the lower blade clamp is better than most of these machines, thanks to a little window, and a quick release lever at the top rear of the saw housing speeds up blade tensioning.
I didn’t care for the tall, black hold-down foot; it limits your view during cutting. But, it adjusts easily up and down to suit various thicknesses, like other saws here.