Been to Sears, Lowe's, Home Depot etc. looking at 10" portable table saws. The more I look, the more confused I become. I have a reallllly old Craftsman I bought at a yard sale a few years ago that weighs so much it's pretty much stationary. I'd like something I can stow or move without a crane or another person. In looking at what's available I don't even recognize most of the brands. Many have bases that are plastic, aluminum tables, and blade guards that don't look like they'd even make the trip home without breaking. I'm not gonna wear a table saw out by a long shot, but I'd like something moderatly priced that will last a while rather than a throw-away. So, what's your recommendation for a no frills table saw that will be used to build beekeeping woodenware and other minor projects around the house (no serious contracting stuff planned) in the $250 range?