I must say that this is the first Milwaukee tool I have ever been seriously displeased with. The instant you lift the thing from the work it begins to wind up the RPM on the pad like a centrifuge, so that when you touch it to the work again, it can leave a substantial gouge. In addition, the switch is recessed and covered with a vinyl bubble and it is difficult to turn off easily. Did I mention that it takes a long time to slow down when you do turn it off? These combined factors make me do unsafe things like keeping it on the work longer than I might and setting it on the workbench b4 it's done spinning. aggravating. Any rec's for a random-orbit sander that solves these issues?