Hey guys, my brother beat me to the punch on a digital camera, so I get the old family one for eternity. I was sort of looking forward to a new camera, but the one I have now does the trick. Sssooooo . . . I'm considering either a table saw or a compound miter saw, and thought I'd get your opinions on which to spring for. My biggest concern is my lumber loads; I've gotten significant orders in the last couple weeks already, to the point I really don't wanna bother my father-in-law to cut them down for me anymore. I know the tablesaw would do them fine (they start out as 2x6's, and I cut them down in all three directions), but I think the miter saw would be a better long term investment, **IF** it would also do the trick on 'em. Thoughts ?????