OK due to popular demand and the fact that this board has done so much for me in the past...I am going to do a quick and dirty post on how to cut curved glass. I have a friend who says give the hardest job to the laziest guy and he will find the easiest way of doing something....so as I am lazy I have searched for years for the easiest and best resulting way of cutting curved laminated glass. So I was talking to my buddy StevO who is an awesome plumber by the way...and I mentioned I was redoing the tile in my bathroom when I wasn't busy chopping the top on the wagon. He tells me to hit up Home depot and get a handheld wet tile saw and kill two birds with one stone. So I head off to the big orange store and hit the tile section...sure enough they have a 4 inch circular saw that has a hose attachment so it is water cooled. I worked on cutting some porceline tiles first,then some travertine like I saw on those damn home improvement shows...well anyways...after a week or two I decided to try it on a cracked piece of quarter window from my kids 57 wagon. I hooked up the saw and less than 2 minutes later I had trimmed off a piece of glass 2 inches wide!!!!!!!!!!!WOW!!!! now I would take lots of pics but guys this is so damn easy you can almost do it with your eyes shut. I will include a pic of the saw I bought...I think it was $48 with the diamond blade!!!!! The thing I noticed is that you need to make straight cuts as its just like cutting a pice of wood with a circular saw. This thing cuts all the way in one pass...right through the laminate and all.! Now the other thing I noticed is that after cutting a couple of inches off the glass is weaker when you hold it flat and try to wipe off the water...so lay it on some blankets or some other support so you don't have to buy another damn window (yea I am an idiot at times!) lt would also be a good idea to have a glass guy polish the edge so it isn't so sharp,but I am going to use my 4 1/2 in. angle grinder with a flapper sanding wheel on it and try it myself.just keep it moving so it doesn't get hot and SUPPORT THE GLASS! OK so I may not be a shrewd businessman...remember I am lazy ...so I pass this on to all so now you have no reason not to chop those tops!!!!!!