Why is it that most power tools cannot be adapted to suit left handed people? Take for instance mitre saws, handle always on the right. Circular saw, chip/dust ejection generally to the left, planers, same, which means us poor lefties get a face full of chips / dust. Could use a dust bag, but the bag always gets in the way 'cos it's on the left. Table saws, can usually be changed satisfactorily, but always come set up completely ars3 about face for us left handers. Even drills which i'm sure all you "normal" people couldn't possibly imagine as being biased one way or t'other often have all the auxiliary controls on the left hand side, which means if you're using the drill in your left hand you need to swap hands. Now I know that we'll never reach a complete utopia where it doesn't matter what handed you are, but a bit of thought when designing tools wouldn't come amiss. It is interesting to see that the average life expectancy for lefties is lower than righties, not through disease or anything like that, but for the fact they have so many more accidents trying to live is a right hand biased world. Before anyone says it, yes, I know it's all my fault for having the audacity to be born left handed, and I should have been drowned at birth like in the good old days. Ok rant over, as you were.