I need to replace an old, inaccurate Ryobi 10" compound miter saw. This is for home DIY use. Unfortunately storage is at a premium so I keep on a shelf under my workbench. I need something that is small to store and easy to move around. It will primarily be used for 2x material. Typically, I drag it out of the garage and use it in the driveway/alley/yard. Cordless is not a requirement but it seems like way more of the compact saws are actually cordless these days.
Right now I have on order the Dewalt cordless 7 1/4" saw (DCS361B). I found a really good deal on it at tools-plus for $329. This includes a charger and two 5.0ah batteries - https://www.tools-plus.com/dewalt-dcs361b-b1.html. As a bonus, free shipping and no tax.
However, it is out of stock so I can cancel it if needed. Am I missing any better options given my situation? A 10" would be fine, but it cannot be sliding as it would take up too much space and lose the portability (at least that is my impression).