Harry nailed it for me. Triton TRA001 in the table, Bosch 1617s for hand held use. Bosch Colt for trim and carbing where find control is required. Triton is just too heavy for me to control hand held. The switch intercange is a good thing, and also a little annoying sometimes. You need pretty good access below the table to lock the height and manipulate the safety on/off switch. Bosch plunge base for both the Colt and 1617s is very smooth. The Triton has a particularly nice dust collection setup. My Triton is mounted on a Woodpecker plate. A lot thicker than other brands, and it has twist lock inserts, which are much nicer than unscrewing it each time you want to change it. Harry's the one who inspired my getting the Triton, one of the best purchases ever.
I also just bought the Triton track saw, which is pretty good, at least I'm happy with it. Works best if you score the material first, then make the cutting pass. Cut good side down, consider using painter's tape on the cut line.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.