So a few weeks ago I got a new R4512. I love the saw and its a definite upgrade over my 30+ year old C'man contractor's saw. I was looking at a project that would require mounting a sacrificial fence to the miter gauge, and when I looked at the miter gauge for the R4512 I noticed that unlike the old C'man where you could just mount the sacrificial fence with some screws miter gauge on the R4512 is a little different in that is has slots instead of holes. Has anyone else with an R4512 mounted a sacrificial fence to the miter gauge? I have an idea of how to solve the problem using some small carriage bolts, washers, and wingnuts, but just wanted to see if there are any better methods out there.