I wandered into HD this morning, and there's this table saw, a DeWalt 745, with rack-and-pinion fence. Advertised as "accurate to 1/64".. That sounds pretty friggin' good. Too good, in fact. On top of that, this saw is clearance-priced at $229.00. Wow.. Marked down from $369.00 Well, I had to have it, as my table saw is a POS, and I've been going to the ex-Pastor's house for clean table saw cuts. Here's the saw: I read reviews of this saw, and found out that it will do the work of cabinet saws of three times the price. Rave reviews, all around. I put this saw to the test, and was amazed. That rack-and-pinion fence is the friggin' bomb. I squared-up a scrap block of mahogany, and cut a wafer-thin section for a headstock overlay. This saw will rise to 3 1/8", and that's tall enough for cutting Gibby style headstock overlays. I cut a 1/16" slice of mahogany, and it cut like butter. Came out even and perfect. I have never seen such a saw cut so accurately. That piece of mahogany is 1/16" thick all the way around, as if it were machined. It's perfect. I've never enjoyed such accuracy and even cutting all the way through the work as this saw provides. Most table saws, you clamp the fence down on the near side, and it seems to move a smidge on the far side. This causes uneven runout. Not on this saw. The R&P is on both ends of the fence, and insures perfect alignment.