I'd give up all my saws in favor of the table saw. Fortunately, no one is making me do that and I have all types for various purposes. I have a 7.5 inch circular (Makita), 6.5 inch 18v portable I really enoy using because of its light weight (DeWalt), a 6.5inch track saw (Triton) which is wonderful for breaking down sheet goods, a 10 inch sliding miter (Bosch), an assortment of hand saws including my much used Dozuki Japanese saw, a 10 inch Laguna table saw that gets used most days, and a Laguna fourteen/12 bandsaw that's a dream to use, and a little 12 inch band saw that's very handywith a 3/8 ths blade that is incredibly convenient (Rikon).
Each excels at specific tasks, and I was able to buy all for cash in the 10 years before I retired. The saw I use least is the Makita circular saw. So I'm with the ones saying it depends on what you're going to use it for. If I were building, say, a shed, the Makita and DeWalt would come out and I'd put the sliding miter on a table too. But for more delicate projects, it's almost always the table saw.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.