Earlier today I went to look at the Milwaukee cordless tools again. I got my hands on the saw with a battery attached (which I had not been able to do before). Not good. The battery sticks up and hits my wrist. Maybe its just my arm, but this would be an irritating problem. The Ridgid saw, which I have used a lot, feels great. The battery is flat and out of the way, while the handle is set at a very comfortable angle, unlike the Dewalt and Panasonic saws. This may finalize my decision, assuming the next two months of using the Ridgid tools are without any problems. Now that I'm more comfortable with my decision to go with Ridgid, I'm pretty excited that I will be getting new batteries for "life," whatever that is. Thanks for the input.
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