Have you considered a used commercial slicer? I bought one from a restaurant supply store that was probably 15 years old. They had serviced it and it was in great working condition - a little beat up looking, but that's not important to me. It's a Hobart and it's rock solid and overkill for home use - but it works on ANYTHING. It does take up more space than a home sized slicer, but it you have the room and can find the right deal - it's a terrific option, IMO.
On Tap: Reducing my taps from 9 to 5, thinking that 9 might be excessive.
Black Water (Russian Imperial Stout) on Nitro Sparkling Cider
Heady Topper Clone