Yes. The stand can be collapsed with the Saw attached. You can then wheel it to your next location before raising it again.
If you're asking about the height of the saw table, it's 35-3/4 inches
I have the same issue and adjusted the cable several times with inconsistent results. I am very dissatisfied with this feature which negates the whole point of investing in a collapsable 'easy' to store stand. What good is it if you need two people to raise and lower it. One to lift and another to engage/disengaged the stops. I wish I could just take it back to home depot for a refund.
I'm using a Kobalt 12" Miter Saw with it. Perfect fit.
Should handle it easily. I have a Hitachi 12" Slider and it was a routine hook-up.
Yes you can, I did this. The brackets on the stand are not deep enough so I secured two 21" long hardwood 1x4 to the stand and then the saw to the hardwood. See image. If you look at other remarks people talked about the saw tipping over, but this is not the case. I have the stand at the lowest setting height, I pushed on the table to see if it would tip over and it will move, but I was pushing hard. I would say if your blade is sharp, no issues with it getting pushed over.
Yes, I actually keep it on the stand and store it upright out of the way when not using it.