Buying a Table Saw...
I have a cheap ryobi saw, Been using it for 3 years and seems fine for what I do.
Laminate floors, filler strips for kitchens, oak stair treads, mostly small items, I have ripped a butt load of 2x4 on it.
Just saying, for a cheap $200 throwaway saw, fence is acceptable, has the power I need, is portable and easy to carry in my van.
Only issue so far is the safety switch on it, after a year of use, need to push a bit of pressure to the right when starting it up. Has been that way for 2 years and if you know the trick to start it, is no problem at all.
Not bragging about ryobi tools, only other ryobi tool I own is a biscuit joiner, 6 years old and used 3 or 4 times a year, I would prefer the dewalt for a portable table saw.
I have used the ryobi for 3 years and pleased with it,
If it was easy, we would not call it work!