Hi guys. SO this covid thing has me thinking I'll dust off my carpentry tools and get back to doing some woodwork, home jobs, remodel, etc. But I haven't done much if any carpentry in about 14 years, so my old circular saw needs to be replaced with something modern. Ultimately, my new saw would be heavy duty, industrial grade, with a foot that isn't going to bend the first time I set the saw down -or the 10th, 100th, or 1000th time for that matter. Oh and it has to last the rest of my working lifetime. I'm 63 so that might not be forever! But I don't want some toy that's going to melt down. FYI my "current" saw, I bought in or about 1987 or 1988. It's a Porter Cable saw with a drop foot. The saw was once dubbed "The Prince Of The Drop Foot Saws" by Fine Woodworking Magazine. Unfortunately it has a "star" nut that holds the blade on. This "nut" goes on atop a bronze "washer" of sorts. The trouble is that the star nut has weakened over the years, and the motor always outstarts the blade's spinning. IOW the motor spins BEFORE the blade does and the blade has to "catch up". AND if the blade binds at all, it'll stop while the saw motor keeps running. SO it's kind of awkward, if not 95% functional. Being a bit out of touch, to put it mildly, I'm wondering what the best circ saw investment is going to be? ALSO: Corded, or Battery powered? Whatcha got? Cost is no option, I will happily spend money on the best possible tools. But I won't put a single dime into cheap, crap tools.