I’m considering buying a Sawstop table saw, probably just the contractors model. While I’ve still got all my fingers, I’ve had enough close calls that it seems to make sense to take every precaution possible, at least within reason. My concern is about how it works with wet, or partially seasoned wood. I know there is a wet wood bypass switch that can be thrown to avoid having the brake activate. As turners we cut lots of green wood. I process spindle blanks and planks on the table saw from the center boards when cutting out the pith section of logs. Would this kind of use make it seem foolish to spend $$ on a new saw if much of the time the safety feature is disabled? I’m curious if anyone has experience with the brake accidentally activating on this saw when there was no flesh contact.