Hey guys, I'm about to start a job in a fairly small back yard with a lot of plant material. The owners are elderly and their relationship with their neighbors is anything but good. Because of these circumstances I need to minimize the amount of dust I create when cutting the interlock. Personally, I would like to lay my infill and then mark a line, cut in place with a concrete saw and then lay my soldier course. The problem is that this is probably the dustiest of my options. I have seen some companies have an employee with a blower stand by while another is making a cut but this seems like it's just spreading the dust even more to me. Of course their is the option of cutting wet but when you're that close to the pavers I worry about marking them with slurry. My other options include renting a tub saw which will really slow things down but minimize the dust. I could either cut wet, which I'd still like to avoid if possible, or rent a model that can accept a shop-vac for dust control. What would you do in this situation? Have you got any tricks for minimizing dust when cutting your interlock?