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Everyone has different work, material, and preferences. If you need a place for your coffee, I don't believe right next to a saw with dust flying is the best place. Coffee break is over. Get to work. If you need more workspace try sawhorses and plywood.
I like simple, small, lightweight, and portable. I work on-site and in my shop with limited space. The Dewalt stand is great for the most part. It takes the space of aout a 6' 6x6 in the truck and hangs nicely on the wall. Made of very light aluminum and is easily collapsed and moved by one person.
As already stated above, the arms need a little refinement for accurate cutting. Not that I cut the ends of 16' 2x10's on a miter saw. They make circular saws for that. But I do agree the extension arms and the brackets need some more engineering.
Bottom line is a miter stand should be for a miter saw. Not a work bench or break room. Simple, lightweight, extend-able arms and easy saw attachment.
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