I know this has been discussed many times, but I'm looking for the most recent opinions.
I built a hood above/behind my miter saw, and have my dust collection port behind the saw. It does a nice job, but I do get an explosion of dust that tries to jump out of the hood area.
I have seen people extend the port on the saw with a small length of hose so that it aims dust to the DC collection point. How has performance been with this method?
I am considering some sort of "front" on my hood to contain the explosion of dust. Something flexible or removable so I can change saw angle when needed. Have you tried a method that you like?