i've been doing more and more metalworking projects lately. and my only tools for cutting metal have been 4" angle grinder, sawzall, or a gas powered chopsaw. cutting angles is a real PITA by hand.i need a real cutoff saw. need to keep it under 200. i'll probly buy one from home depot since money is kinda tight right now and i have a business credit card there. the two i've been looking at are: #1.Ridgid-Model ZRCM1450. cost about 180 new. features i like are the D handle, and tooless fence adjustment. what i dont like is im not sure how good the ridgid name is. it looks/feels like better quality than say a ryobi, but i dont know about the internals. also there is no HP rating on the motor. #2 Milwakee 6176-20- cost around 170. features i like are a rated 3.2HP motor. advertised to cut thru 3&5/8ths bar stock, compared to ridgid's 2" rating. a brand name that i trust. 10bucks cheaper. what i dont like is you need a 3/4" wrench to adjust the fence. has the standard pistolgrip handle.(not sure if thats good or bad since i've never used one, but seems like the D handle would be nicer.) which one would you buy? should a look at another brand? what do you personally own?