My workshop table saw was only ever a temporary measure that has outlived its usefulness. Ideally, I'd be replacing it with a nice cabinetmaking table saw that never leaves the shed. But I also need something I an take to the job site when the need arises. I can't afford both so find myself trying to find one saw that will straddle the two worlds. Will I get frustrated with the saw when making furniture? Anyone using one of these or one of the makita/bosch models of jobsite hybrid table saws? Should I try and wait and save another year until I an afford both a portable one like the dewalt for the job sites, and an OK, solid saw that never leaves the shed? Not sure I can wait that long, or put up with my crappy table saw much longer.