I saw one on display at a Rocklers.
Now, mind you, display models have a way of being set-up piss poorly,
so my comment may not TRULY be indicative of the real quality of the
Caveats aside, I have to say I was underwhelmed. The blade raising and
tilting mechanisms had an incredible amount of binding in them, an
issue that was compounded by cheap plastic handwheels.
The tabletops had a mirror finish on them, however...which is better
than you can say about the Unisaws. Didn't have my 36" Starrett on
hand, so didn't check for flatness. :-)
Other than getting some fingerprints on it, that's my only experience
with the saw. I can't say how it cuts or how smoothly it runs.