I bought this saw Friday. Opened and adjusted it on Saturday. I found the linear bearings to be rough, and slightly gritty. I did play with the store display as well, it too, was rough. I decided to box this back up, without using it. I have plenty of Green 4.0 AH packs, and many Green tools. All are hit or miss. I did like that the power head was very solid in terms of very low deflection, which is what made me put it in the cart to begin with. I also was impressed with the cut capacity. However, the markers for indicating angles on the angle scales are just as poor as can be. I noticed this when adjusting the angle stops, and I found that I had to adjust the pointer as well (for 0 degrees, when tilt was squared.) The pointers are fairly blunt, or appear blunt with thick bright green PLASTIC. They also do not hold very securely, and the pointer will pivot easily about the screw. I can see the plastic creeping and deforming over time, as it did take some torque on the screw to make them reasonable tight. Even tight, you can push them over with your finger. Frown. The tilt scale gauge was a sticker. It had ripples in it as well. Yuck. I appreciate what Green has done with this saw, but they flat out cheapened out on basic things, which really cost nothing. A metal scale would be normal, and vastly better. A metal pointer that wont mush when tightened, or pivot with finger pressure when tightened, would be appreciated. I am going with another red tool. I would have bought the M 18 saw if it was in the store I was at. I got through the project with other tools. If you are a hobbyist with a stack of only Green packs, this can work for you. I have no doubt that it cuts well. I just find quality to be a better value, than just price. I want something better, and figured with this saw with 36 V, and a few good reviews it would be fine. Can't stomach the plastic pointers and bubbling sticker for scales. I did want to love it, but I can't get past the junk scales. A wrench for adjustment of the stops wasn't included. They should included it! I believe it is 3 mm hex. There was an Allen wrench with Phillips tip, was included to allow blade change, and adjusting the back fence. I know Green can do better.