Tremendous usability BUT refuses to stay square because of poor fence design. I have owned this saw for around 24 months. I love it's versatility and ease of use, there is probably nothing finer on the market. But in the end, after many trips to the Bosch repair center, this unit will NOT stay square for good clean cuts.Let me point out it's good features:1. One of the best size tables around2. 60 degree cuts are possible with ease.3. Hold downs are fast, solid steel, super fast to use.4. Front end controls absolutely are the best thing going.5. Adjustments, or fine tuning is actually straight forward6. Fantastic matching rolling stand with rollers.7. The MOST versatile handle for left and right cuts.8. Easy to read scales and they are never obscured.It is these reasons that keep me with this saw. BUT....Here's the problems:1. Shallower depth of cut than expected for a 12" in blade only 4.5" height. So you either have to lay your moldings flat (booo!!!) or use Bosch's miter clamps. These clamps are OK but again it's another item to be compromising your cut.2. As are most belt driven miter's, it will bog in heavy wood and will burn your wood on one side.3. The fence CAN NOT truly be adjusted to be square to the table because of it's an aluminum casting that is NOT machined.4. The fence CAN NOT truly be adjusted to be square to the blade because of inferior NON- machined aluminum castings again. You will ALWAYS burn or score one side of your cross cuts with this saw.5. Much too much left to right play in the plastic/aluminum housed sliders for such a big saw. This means that wide boards (12") will never truly be square to the cut no matter how hard you try.6. One sided lasers are a joke. Don't even bother.Now, if your a fine woodworker building shelves, furniture, etc. you actually use this saw to make "rough" cuts. Then finish the repeatable cuts on a miter sled at the table saw. It's just SO annoying when you need to make just a couple of cuts that need to be square and accurate that you just can't count on this saw for that. BBosch's service is always excellent but the technicians in my area (Chicago) will tell you themselves that they have to use a hammer!! to get it square - AND EVEN THEN, THEY WON'T GUARANTEE IT!!I'm sure some saws are delivered and they are just right. But that is absolutely NOT the norm. I have had two of them brand new in boxes but no luck. Too bad, it really deserves top honors in every other category. A little more precision machining and the next version should be perfect.Hope that helps.