Miter Saw or Table Saw
Hi! I'm preparing my family's garage to have basic woodworking tools. Both the miter saw and table saw seem useful, but we should be careful with our budget. Which saw would be a better "first"? We have an old circular saw, jigsaw, and... that's it. Some basic hand-saws and now a coping saw. I know a miter saw can cut great, accurate angles, which would be wonderful for every project. But if we want to run longer boards, I think a table saw would be the right tool. For what we do (smaller projects/home improvement) I think the miter saw would be great. Since we've never owned either type of saw, however, I can't say. Down the road, can we get a higher-quality circular saw and mount it to a table? Also, is it fine to buy these power tools used?
Apologies, usually my posts are well-organized, but this one turned into a long mess. Any advice is very welcome!