If you decide to rent a wet saw keep this in mind. When pushing the tile threw the blade go slow and do not force the tile. It can crack as you near the end.... Make sure you change the water often too. The dust from the tiles starts to cake up and make the water muddy. This will clog up the pump and create a big headache for you. I have done four bathroom floors, one laundry room floor and an enrty way floor. I purchased a wet saw because economically it made sense instead of renting. A few friends have even been lucky enough to borrow it! I would recomend the wet saw over the tile cutter (score and break method)anyday! Good luck.