Maybe the 1590's size would be an advantage - with the extra weight and
just the "substantial-ness" of the tool, as well as how smooth it runs
and cuts, it doesn't jump around or require as much guidance as my old
B&D did. You don't need to push down on it or anything, just kind of
direct where you want it to go, and it does so smoothly and without
I'd reconsider, and at least try the 1590 (or 1591) if you can.