Opinions on table saws? My 10+ year old Ryobi is dying. I've put in 4 hardwood floors, 2 tongue and groove planked ceilings, and a deck with it. It's had a good life; but every adjustment screw is worn/stripped and proprietary. Also, the plastic base is starting to crack. It's fixable; but would cost more than the saw. I want the smaller, portable type. It spends most of it's life on top of a basement shelf. I'm liking the Bosch and Dewalt. I prefer the ergonomics of the Bosch and the fact that it's all metal; but it's a bit heavy and I'm not getting any younger. The Dewalt has some plastic; but it doesn't appear to be load bearing, just "keep yer fingers out of there" kind of stuff. It has a few funky (to me) adjustments; but likely stuff I'll never use. It's a good 5# lighter. Any others I ought to look at? Given the lifespan of the Ryobi, this will probably out live me.