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I've never used one but the reviews I've read were not positive when it came to heavy cutting. They said the tool was cheaply made and underpowered. For light cutting it may be ok. The opposing spin of the blades makes it very stable.
Saw it on display at Sears the other day. I accidentaly damaged the fence playing around with it, put it back and quietly walked away. Looked and felt really cheaply made. Its obviously based on a cheapo angle grinder body. I think its a case of modifying a tool for something it was never meant to do.