I have been using an inexpensive skill 10" compound miter saw and have liked it but I'm getting sick of its lack of cutting capacity. I use my miter saw constantly and would use a sliding saw even more so I wouldn't have a problem putting some cash into this for good quality. I have seen sliding miter saws ranging from $150 to $1,200 and am having a hard time seeing a significant difference. I have read positive reviews of the Kobalt 10-in Slide Compound Miter Saw ($200) but need some suggestions for what to look for in a sliding miter saw. It would be mostly used for furniture making.