I need to cut 9 holes in potentially 9 pieces of decking board (composite). I am thinking about using this method:
Drill a big hole ~1.5" using hole saw bit (for the door knob) in the middle
Drill 4 holes at 4 corners of the square
Then either (a) use a short blade reciprocating saw (so it won't shake) OR (b) use "Gyros 82-20715 Saw Blade w/Mandrel Set, Coarse-Teeth 3/4" Diameter" but hook to my drill gun (wired and wireless).
The problem with 3(b) is that the blade is not big enough to cut through 1" deck at once but this method has more control. I hate my reciprocating saw because it's big, heavy and shaking too much.
What are the common methods for this type of job?