Yeah that's kind of what I was thinking. I'm in the great situation of having one shot to buy all the toys I want. At the same time, I don't want to waste money on fancy accessories I'll never use. I can only think of few times that I could have used some of these cool accessories and usually those situations could be solved by the use of smaller tools like a skill saw. Like you said... mostly it's about ripping.
Now a saw table has a motor , can you spell motor, a motor ignores coriolos effect and makes the blade spin any way you want. The motor is driven by electricity, can you spell electricity, I'm sure you have elctricity even if you do measure it in British Thermal Units or whatever you imperial types use.
42X100 !! How big do you build set's down there? The size of the saw blade to cut something that thick... You guys never cease to amaze me.Yeah a missile, I can just see bits of 42x100 flying through the air and punching interesting holes in walls, other sets and passing carpenters.