I recently moved. I had owned a Delta Unisaw at my last location, although I didn't get much chance to use it before relocating. I had to sell the Unisaw. I now have much less shop space. I would like to get back into woodworking, beginning with smaller projects, and am thinking one of the better sliding compound miter saws might be a good 1st saw for my smaller setup. I gather they have pretty much replaced radial arm saws, and that the good ones can cut 12 inches wide (more, for some) with very good accuracy. One question I have is, can you use a stacked dado blade in one of these? Most of these saws are 1" arbor, Freud does make a 10" 1" arbor dado set. Also, I am currently leaning toward the LS1214L 12" Dual Slide Compound Miter Saw with Laser. Anyone have other model suggestions to look at, or perhaps other saw types for a small shop? I'm looking for maximum versatility & accuracy in a relatively small package.