I too noticed that the description does not mention the other SPT. The CS Manual, however, contains procedures for installation and alignment of the Strip Sander, Scroll Saw and Jointer - in addition to the Belt Sander and Band Saw.
I received an additional sanding disk (with velcro), lower saw guard, combination blade, 1/2" chuck & key, caster set and a saw guard that is not for the Shopsmith.
The band saw is a slightly newer unit than the one I have. This one has a dust collection port and it is actually quieter than my own even though it has the old style guide bearings and cool blocks. It was way out of alignment - everything that is adjustable.
You ask how I intend to use it. I really don't know for sure. When I decided to buy it, I saw it as a 2nd power station. Now that it is in the shop, I see it more as a table saw. It is normally equipped with a 3/4 horse motor. When I get the doctors report on the motor, if it can't be repaired - I'm thinking about putting a 1 horse or 1 1/4 horse on it.
Depth of cut is limited and it has no quill. No quill - can you imagine that. I've become so used to a quill.
I moved my jointer off the Power Station and mounted it on the Mark V today. I have my band saw on the original Power Station.
Actually, what has happened is I have abandoned my original reason for having a Shopsmith Mark V which was that I didn't have room for all of the various stand alones. Now that is almost what I have.