I would really like to switch to a less dusty method of cutting pavers for next season. I generally use a worm drive saw with diamond blade for all of my cuts, whether in place or not. I love using this saw because it is so mobile. It is light, easy to maneuver and the blades are cheap and durable. I have used a gas powered demo saw, both wet and dry, and can't say it's something I enjoy or want to do on a regular basis. A splitter seems out of the question for the most part since it doesn't give the clean cut that I want most of the time. I could conceivably use a wet table saw, but I like cutting in place a lot so I'd rather not invest in one now (I rent if I really need it on a job). Do any of you use and/or know of a dry cutting saw system that reduces dust, i.e. a vac system perhaps?? Or other methods you utilize.