First is the new Titebond Molding and Trim glue. This stuff is WAY better than TB2 when used for interior trim because it is much thicker and won’t run all over the place during use. If I get any squeeze out, just wipe it off w/ a finger or work it back in the joint (in the rare, rare instace of a miniscule gap on paint grade work). It’s paintable so no problem there.
Second is two additional work supports for the DW miter saw stand. I know this stand is from China and nowhere near a s good as the ADE models, but I got a great deal on it and it’s highly mobile. Adding the two supports permanently to the main beam makes the stand much more useful by giving better support on long trim (especially that floppy mdf) but also lets the user make small cuts with the stops without having to take the support off the extension arm. One more thing I’ve enjoyed is when I need to return to the saw to trim a board to fit, I don’t have to remove any stock left on the saw- with two supports on each side, I simply have to push it away from the blade and trim the board. When I need the leftover board, it’s within arms reach-no bending over to pick it up.