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Mark Mandell - Gone Round In New Jersey
The are several machines that match your quest.

The PC Detail sander (with profiles) is an in-line sander.
You'll finds straight line sander(s) in the auto body tool store
If you have an appropriate Ryobi or P-C belter, you can get a sanding frame to match your tool that will prevent those "snake lines" and digs you decry. I have the Ryobi BE-321 in-line (rather than side-winder) belt and use it in a sanding frame. The frame is finely adjustable such that I can remove old finish on a table top yet take very little wood, and have "0" cross-grain scratches if I'm careful. Here is what it looks like:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/391494944860?chn=ps&dispItem=1

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