I have the same saw and love it! Now I can leave my old Unisaw set up with a dado blade for cutting tenons and whatnot.
I did trigger my sawstop a few months back when I moved my Incra miter gauge from the Unisaw to the Sawstop. The distance from the blade to the miter slot is different on the two saws and I neglected to adjust. Well, I ran the metal Incra miter gauge's fence into the blade and WHAM! The cartridge fired and the blade dropped below the table instantly. There was only a tiny, tiny nick in the miter gauge. I guess I'm happy that I know it works, but it cost me $180 to replace the cartridge and my Forrest WWII blade. I didn't qualify for the free cartridge replacement because the blade didn't touch my skin.
Enjoy your new saw!
Last edited by kjhart0133; 02-18-2013 at 09:05 PM.