Decent price, but see that it can meet your needs in terms of cut quality. Anything more than framing and I would look elsewhere.
Find the discussion thread about that saw here by tbfghost. Tbfghost, myself, and others have had a slew of criticisms regarding its cut quality inherent from poor design/sloppy manufacturing tolerances. I'm a big bosch fan using almost all of their cordless line, sds max and plus hammers, axial glide miter saw, etc and I couldn't bear to keep it. I went through two before accepting they're just made poorly.
I have the 4100 and am very happy with it. I immediately put a forrest blade on it, which helped. Having the stand is a must. I had considered this one, but it just seemed to have too small of a table.
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