I finally received the last tool ordered in the fray of Handworks 2015 in Amana, IA back in May. The tool I'm talking about is from Vogt Toolworks and is Tito's Super Chute Collection.
My primary usage of a shooting board is for square and miter cuts. The angled bed of the shooting board allows gravity to help a bit in keeping the board to be "shot" firmly against the fence. The benefit from the angled bed isn't as strong for the Veritas Shooting Plane since the plane has a skewed blade and that is it changes the angle of the cut making it easier. The benefit from the angled bed that does apply to the Veritas Shooting Plane is that more of the plane blade is used during each cut.
As part of the package, I got both versions of miter cut attachments.
The above setup is the one, I have used once in a while on my current shooting board. The other, below, is the donkey ear and allows you to get a miter cut along a longer edge.
I may use the miter setups as I learn more about using the moulding planes that I'll be cleaning up and setting up over the next few months.
I'm really looking forward to giving the Super Chute a run for it's money.