I got a TS350 for my birthday. This saw was an upgrade from a Ryobi BT3100. The Ridgid is so much better! I love the large cast iron table, and I like the miter gauge much better than the sliding miter table the Ryobi had. The legs were a bit wobbley on mind, but after adding some angle iron to the bottom of the legs, the saw is very stabe. I do have one question though. when I turn on the saw the motor seem to jump a bit. Is that normal? Everything looks to be in alignment and the belt seems to be tensioned right. I started the saw with the belt off, and the motor did the same thing. Is it just a jolt because of the power of the motor? Once it is running, it is smooth.