What you buy and how much you spend on a table saw depends on what you plan to use it for, really. For example, I use a Festool track saw/MFT table combo for almost all crosscuts as I've found that I get the best accuracy and precision with this setup. I still own a job site saw for rips as most of my rips aren't long boards and it is easier and more accurate to rip on a table saw. However, between the track saw, table, and job site saw, I have as much or more money sunk into the equipment as it would cost to buy a table saw like you are considering. However, I want the flexibility to be able to move the table saw out of the way in my shop when I need to.
If you want a table saw that is good for essentially all table saw jobs, crosscutting, ripping, dadoing, box joints, etc. then I would get the most substantial saw you can afford. Also consider how good it is rated by users for dust collection, power, and accuracy. Regardless, most saws don't come with the best miter gauges and you may well have to invest in an upgraded after market miter gauge.