Not sure what your budget is for a band saw, but I recently replaced both my large and small bandsaws. Got a Fourteen/12 for wood prep, and a Rikon 10 inch for the shop. The Rikon was just under $300 and can be ordered from Amazon. I use the smaller saw in my workshop, the larger for wood prep (resawing in particular) and keep it in the garage.
That Rockwell has always gotten mediocre reviews, and the blades are easily bent. The Rikon 10 inch is a really nice little unit, I have found it to do what I've asked of it. It uses a 70 1/2 inch long blade (longer life than a 9 inch). and I got a premium half inch blade for it that allows for limited resawing (go SLOW). It has the steel frame, is very solid construction and easy to set up. And it has roller bearings and a rack and pinion blade guard. WEN also markets this same saw for about the same price, surely made in the same factory and also offered on Amazon. The reviews are pretty good on both saws (for the price) but if you get a ringer, Amazon is good on returns. I bought my Rikon at Woodcraft and it was the floor model. It had a damaged tension knob, but one call to Rikon and it was in the mail the next day.
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The more I do, the less I accomplish.