I was down at Home Depot last night to buy the TS2400LS, then got cold feet, as the TS3650 was sitting right there, for a mere $63 more. My wife insisted I buy the right tool to begin with. From a dollars and cents point of view, the TS3650 is the obvious choice, from all that I have read here. But just is it about the TS3650 that makes it superior over the TS2400LS? The table is bigger, but I will have my sheets cut down at HD before I get home, so no 4 x 8s on the saw at home. I may need to rip an long lengths of narrower lumber. The TS3650 is quieter, has a cast iron table (benefit?), and larger rip capacity, better switch position, and weight (stability, but how much of benefit), but anything else? Is it more accurate than the TS2400LS, or? Before I bring this behemoth home, I want to be sure the benefits it brings over the TS2400LS are something I will use. I have never used a tablesaw, and want to make the right decision.