We've been using it for a few days now and I can report one problem/issue we've run into so far. The problem is that you have to HOLD DOWN the button on the saw, as you cut. So that means you only have one hand with which to cut your paver. And that's fine for straight cuts. Because the table just keeps the paver straight pretty much. But if you are doing an angled cut, then you really need two hands on that paver, as you're cutting. In this case, it's difficult because you need one hand on the saw, another on the left of the paver, and another on the right of the paver. So obviously, since we don't have 3 hands, this presents a problem. So I caught my guys going back to the old paver saw, due to this problem. Since I am serious about eliminating dust, I made them go back to this new saw. Our solution was to zip-tie the trigger so that the saw stays on by itself (like every other saw that we have does). Then we hooked up a remote control unit to the power cord and they have a little fob that sits on the saw and they can press a button to turn it on and then press the remote control button again and it goes off. This solved that problem, even though it's kind of a work-around. I talked with the rep. for this company, he is well aware of this issue. He said others have done just what we did to get around it and they're working on having future models with an on-off button but haven't been able to do that yet, for some complicated reasons. Other than that, this saw has been working really well.