+Belting instead of plastic reduction gear. Yes, much quieter and easy to repair.
+Led spotlight. Yes, hate lasers (adj. every year, trouble with differents blades, too thick line at night, easy to brake even with single chip when cutting).
+17,8 kg vs 21.5 kg.
+Bevel at the back of the saw. We should remove bevel at KS120 with angle cuts anyway.
+Additional positions for clamps at the left and the right of the saw.
+Can 1mm cutting depth for sawing slots like plunge-cut saw (without any adjustment as KS120).
-No Fast Stop (called Quick-acting brake) due to belting. x3-x4 more stopping time and there is no system like "non stop forced braking" for fine cutting.
-No Fast Fix. At KS120 we can easy disable the saw with this feature (mechanical locks start button), much safety.
-No angle dial for fine adjustment. Its the best KS120 feature - ultra visible dial even at night.
-No fine adjustment of the saw blade angle (no spring's counterweight).
-Lamb screw instead of the single button.
-Bevel installing only along two small lines (it can be erased in 4-5 years).
KS120 just better. So still waiting new KS120 with LEDs and holes for clamps (maybe with belting gear) and adjustment for plunge cutting. Marketing is not allowed to add to KS60 same radius limb and counterweight when changing angle as KS120.