The one cordless miter saw I had, a Ryobi, ran slower than a corded saw. It took more time to get a clean cut. Maybe the run faster these days.
That does stink about the 7.35" Milwaukee. The larger models have a much larger range.Was looking at Milwaukee but what turned me away was miters only to 45 L and R which is stupid for a small slide saw. The Makita you listed miters 0-50 Degrees left & 0-60 Degrees right. I ended up with the Kobalt corded, 50 degrees right n left, for $200. I like it as a back up to 20 yo 75 lb Hitachi 10" dual compound slide that refuses to die. I do this for a living and have done much research and if I needed a new full size dual compound 10-12" slide it would be a Makita
I'd have bought it if it was.I think the Milwaukee miter capacity is 55°L, 60°R, and the bevel capacity is 48° R & L.
I'm not a 100% ryobi bansher. I'm also not a big fan of m18 stuff.The one cordless miter saw I had, a Ryobi, ran slower than a corded saw. It took more time to get a clean cut. Maybe the run faster these days.