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Looks like a pretty good idea and nice package. Wonder how accurate it is. Thinking it might be a way to even do door and window trim for some of the wider stuff you have to cut. And it sounds like it must be lighter than carrying in a big old slider miter saw to do the job.
7 amp motor and 4-3/8" blade? Sure, next time I build a doll house I'll buy one. By then maybe they'll add a 1.5" belt sander and 2" planer to it.
How much capacity & power is really needed, though? After all, that thing's really only deigned to cut 4/4 material. My bigger concern would be about the quality of the tool. Skil makes some real junk, as well as pro level saws these days. Which one will this be?