The real problems Saw Stop creates are the ones they didn't forsee.
First, OSHA will probably require that type of technology sooner or later.
Second, the blade makers will get on the band wagon if they see a new market
created for them when the stop activates
Third, clumsy people like me will have to find whole new ways to get hurt in
Seriously, that is what will happen in a non-factory setting. CAre around the
woodshop generally starts with the tablesaw, and with that removed from the
danger list, tired, clumsy or careless woodworkers will need to develop yet
another mindset. The last time there was such a shift was when round
cutterheads supplanted square ones in jointers.
So I think in the years to come, there wil be a host of accidents using other
tools in SawStop equipped shops.
Therefore, I resolve to never do anything that will constitute any kind of
risk. That includes eating, breathing, drinking, walking in poluted air, lying
in bed (see Cristopher Reeve), reading newspapers too liberal, too
conservative, or anythign else.