I'm thinking of buying a new circular saw for edge guided sheet cutting. My 25 year old inexpensive Craftsman just doesn't "cut it" when trying to make straight lines. In one article I read, it was pointed out that a good circular saw should have the ability to adjust the base so that it's edge is exactly parallel to the saw blade. After researching saws, I find that the DeWalt DW364 has an adjusting screw so you can easily adjust for parallelism. Looking at the other saws in this price range, I don't seem to see any way to make this adjustment. Am I missing something? Do you have a list of circular saws in the $100 to $175 range that can be easily adjusted for parallelism? My other requirement is an electric brake. Thanks.