Yea Rich, but the wife only agreed to this shed restoration for a woodworking shop if she got control of the garage, which meant relocating "everything". (the truck sits in the corn crib now as I wonder how many here might recall those) :)
Needless to say, the Deere "herd" is going to have to share space with sawdust as I work to get this multi-use shop space in working order. (what is not seen is an old horse/cattle area in the other end! So it may be even more interesting before the dust settles if that door opens again.) Have to admit though, I'm learning it all does take time and nothing done well is done quickly. Been working on this project since last November when concrete finally covered dirt that had been the floor for nearly 20 years.
But you have to admit, green and yellow does add some "color" for the eye. :)
Rather than stick this to the miter saw topic, thought it'd be best to let it sit by itself as a pictorial of Delta's laser miter saw for those wondering. Personally, I wondered too about the concept. For now I will trust it but still use the pencil and square and eye...but it is a nice idea and appears accurate as I did "play" with it this evening to test it.
The other couple of pics are just where I am at right now in what has become a restoration of a dirt floor machine shed I built in the early 90's and finally poured some concrete and added gravel where needed last November. A never ending process it seems, but it is still inside budget and in the target of a time-line I set for it. Finally the tools are now an issue, and this miter saw has me no longer cutting boards on my knees with an old circular saw. Dare I say I did this project backwards? Maybe...but by using the old tools first...it demonstrated not only the fact I could do alot with little, but my beautiful wife now supports a new TS. :)