I just pulled the trigger on a Bosch axial glide saw, I figured I'd give it a try, and if I don;t like it I'll save up some extra cash, sell this one on craigslist, and get a Kapex. I have to order the Kapex dust boot thingy to improve the dust collection.
Also, for the time being, I'll jsut have it hooked up to a ridgid shopvac (140CFM claim), so I was poking around on amazon for the iVac switch, and found this one:https://www.amazon.com/BCTINT-10031-010-Automated-Vacuum-Switch/dp/B0035YGLZG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1488228049&sr=8-1&keywords=ivac+automated+vacuum+switch
and found this on a review:
"I was incredibly excited about this product. I had just set up my vacuum cart with a Dust Deputy for my woodshop and bought this product to make dust collection a breeze. The item itself works great, i have no complaints about its operation. However, I would highly recommend not using this in conjunction with a tool that utilizes an electronic brake (most new miter saws) or a soft start router. My router was rendered useless after one use of this product and now wont power up to full RPM. My brand new Bosch miter saw is currently being serviced to repair the electric brake because this switch caused internal damage. The reason? When you power up the tool, the vacuum switches on aproximately a half second after the tool. For many tools, this is right in the middle of it spooling up to full power. When the vacuum kicks on, it draws amperage to itself which, unless you're running two separate cords to two separate circuits (which very few people have access to), causes the tool to hesitate. This hesitation, resulting from a voltage drop, can interfere with tool operation, especially in circumstances which require exact voltage and amperages to operate (i.e. soft start functions, electric brakes, etc)."
Does that review make sense, or is it a very crafty troll with way too much time on his/her hands?