Tim Allen I am not.
I own no power tools. I took Industrial Arts in 1977. It didn’t take. I don’t “do” projects more involved than drilling holes or hammering nails.
But I have decided I need a saw. A power saw. Something with which to cut sheets of plywood.
I’ve decided I want to maximize versatility. I don’t need something for really specialized stuff, just one that will do a wide variety of tasks reasonably well. Price is not too much of an issue, I want quality because I don’t plan on buying too many saws so I would rather have one that lasts.
So the question is, what type of animal what I am looking for? I am thinking rotary saw. Yes? What features should I look for? Any brands to avoid? Any that are known to be especially good?