- The sliding miter table had lot of play. I could wrack it a degree or so anywhere along its travel. If this is typical, how would anyone ever get a dead-on accurate miter cut?
- The fence *can* be locked down other than parallel to the blade, but it takes a lot of work to do so and clearly wouldn't happen accidentally. That's the good news. The bad news is that, once locked down, the far end can be pushed to one side or the other with very little pressure, a Very Bad Thing.
In my cursory examination, I didn't see any abvious adjustments one could make to offset these limitations. So... are these faults inherent in the machine's design, or was it a matter of a badly adjusted/abused demo model?
(This being HD, of course I couldn't look at a manual.)