As a professional picture framer I need spot-on 45 degree mitre cuts for my work. I use a floorstanding Morso guillotine which is the industry standard and gives excellent accurate cuts but is limited by its width. I want to expand into more custom built work using hardwoods and larger bought in finished moulding and for this I need a precise sliding mitre saw. I borrowed a friends Rexon machine and although I fitted a brand new 60 toothed Freud blade and checked the saws alingment with an engineers square, there was still enough of what he called "blade run-out" to put me off. If possible I'd like to keep the saw as compact and light as possible due to space constraints. On my shortlist of contenders is the following: Elektra beckum kgs 255; DeWalt 707 & 712. I'd be delighted to hear from any current users of these machines to get their feedback or anyone else that feels I've overlooked other possibilities.