Looking for information and opinions on a good all around cabinet Table Saw that won't break the bank. After reading bits and pieces of info on various threads here within the Ridgid Forums, I am hoping to have everyone's opinions in one easy to spot so I can make a decision. Things that I am interested in are, ease of set up, accuracy of cuts and able to maintain same accuracy after many cuts, best table as far as being perfectly flat and smoothness onto extensions, the better fence and miter gauge, able to easily move around the shop, 120 voltage, and whatever else you might thing is important to consider.
Being a Ridgid forum, I expect to hear and learn mostly about Ridgid saws (which, by the way, is what I'm considering because of the LSA), but would also be interested in hearing about other brands that some have had good experiences with.
Also, it would be nice for those of you that have, what they think is a good saw, to post some photos of yours and show what add-ons you've added to make your tasks and projects more easy to complete.
I've seem many posts that maybe the TS3650 was the best but availability seems to be sporadic and not always in the best shape. I am wondering if the newer models are of the same quality and craftsmanship as the older ones with companies seemingly trying to cut corners anyway they can now a days.
Basically, I'm hoping to be able to get a TS that I will be satisfied with as much in the future as when I first get it.
Thanks in advance for you input and suggestions.