I was on a little tour of my area's first double-decker Menards when I dropped in on the tool section. There was an unfamiliar green shape in among the table saws. Masterforce, as I understand it, is Menards' upper tier power tool house brand. I've used one or two of their circular saw blades in my 20v Worx and Dewalt table saw, and they are both very impressive performers. I have a belt sander from Menards' lower tier power tools, Performax, and it is also a decent tool. So, while I have some positive experiences with Menards' tools, a chassis style jobsite saw from Masterforce might not have caught my attention except for a few key features.
The first thing I noticed was the throat plates, of which there were two. The first is a relatively standard plastic piece with a spring loaded latch built into it, but the second one was for a dado stack, which is kind of unusual for a jobsite saw. The arbor looks like it could hold a 3/4" stack. I pulled the plate out of the saw and noticed it sat on top of four adjustment screws. That's a pretty nice feature that would make it easy to level a custom zero clearance plate.
The saw also has a rack and pinion fence adjustment system that has a 32.5" rip capacity, both very familiar to my DWE7491RS. The Masterforce's fence differs from the Dewalt's a bit though, which is not to say that's a bad thing. The Dewalt fence is difficult to make jigs for with its flip-down work support, but the Masterforce fence seems to rotate in its brackets to access the work support.
Other neat features include a rather robust and well made aluminum mitre gauge, a 12 foot power cord, extendable rear work support, and onboard tool storage, though the last one seems like an afterthought included after another afterthought. The folding stand is not included in the $369 price. The saw does include a blade, but it's not one of the green Masterforce Industrial blades I've had good experiences with. The included blade looks a bit cheap.
Anyway, it looks like a decent tool. I already have a jobsite saw, but this would be on my radar if I were in the market for one.