I searched this site and everywhere else for non thin kerf miter saw blades but came up short. I recently upgraded from 10" slider to a 12. I'm already thinking that was a mistake for finish work. After practicing with the supplied dewalt "fine finish" blade and 3 brand new Freuds, I can't consistently make straight cuts on pieces wider than 5 inch whether I plunge cut, push, etc. I can definitely see why this saw is popular with framers when a few thousenths in an angler cut wouldn't be noticed but I'm not able to turn out finish quality cuts. I'm certain it's because a larger diameter blade of the same thickness Is much more prone to wobble. So now I'm looking for thick kerf, quality finish blades but they seem to be extinct. Any suggestions would be appreciated.