I am the leader of a team of folks that help build for the local high school theater programs. We work with high school aged kids from all walks of life. The theater shop has an old radial arm saw that cavitates a lot when cutting 2x lumber. I have purchased a sliding compound miter saw. Which saw would you recommend for use by these young adults? I know that in my high school days (back in the 70's) the radial arm was GREAT. Our Radial Arm saw can only make 90 degree cuts. Thanks in advance for you help!