The Ryobi 14 Amp 10 in. Compound Miter Saw is built around a heavy-duty motor that delivers up to 5,000 RPM, making it great for a host of tough cutting applications. Its carbide-tipped blade changes with a single wrench, and a dual-view bevel scale helps provide a clear line of sight from either side. It mitres to 45 degrees left and right with stops at 0-, 15-, 22.5-, 30- and 45 degrees, and it is equipped with an electric brake that halts the blade in seconds for added safety. A horizontal D-handle improves comfort and control.
Good basic saw for cutting two by fours, but if you are looking to do molding pay the extra few $$ for the Ridgid. The stops are sloppy giving inconsistent cuts with the Ryobi. The Ridgid 10inch model is worth the extra few $$. Also like the Hitachi 10 inch if you are looking for a good miter saw at the Ryobi price point.