This saw would be great if the sled had not been engineered as it is.
The value, build, features, portability, weight, deck surface are all to my liking.
However, i returned it after using it on a job installing a wood floor.
The right angle push sled, used for making angle rip cuts, for me was far too frustrating and annoying to live with. Instead of having a simple groove on each side of the blade and a simple adjustable t-square type of device (as nearly every table saw i have ever encountered) Ryobi decided to reengineer the procedure into an overly complicated, unlatching table sled into which a plastic and metal guide is affixed and held in place by a plastic dowel and a simple long bolt with a plastic twist knob on the end. At first, i thought . . . ok, that's not too bad. But when you have to switch back and forth from rips to using the fence, it becomes tiresome and annoying. Not the way i like to feel about my tools (50 times a day).
I had read reviews that mentioned this problem and due to the price (half of the Rigid saw) . . . i decided to give it a shot. No way.
I guess i'll send Ryobi an email . . . it seems it would be an easy fix. Although, the composite material used for the top may be the reason that they went with this design. I would imagine that once sawdust got into the groove, the sled would bind and not travel smoothly along the composite material.
Anyway . . . my two cents.