With the heritage behind that saw, I think you will be fine. I'm not totally sure how I feel about granite for a saw top, but I know it will be flat and slick.
The only question I have about that saw from what I've seen on the internet (haven't seen it in person) would be the fence. But if it is as good as the fence that came on my Ridgid 3612, then it will be fine.
I think the 4511 offers the most bang for the buck in the 600.00 range, and is a lot more saw than the 3612 I have that I paid the same thing for about 6 or 7 years ago.
So relax, take your time putting it together. Get help if need be. Get it dialed in and enjoy it. Jim.
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