It's hard to give feedback because the tools available are quite different in other parts of the world. This is not my favorite saw, in the USA. Here I would go for the Bosch 4100, but I'm not sure you have it in Oz. However, I think DeWalt has improved this saw since I last looked at it, and DeWalt is going for a hither end place in the tool world.
, the problem outside of North America is that our markets are miniscule, we are metric, we have 220V mains supply (single phase, 380V three-phase). So we get models that are sold in UK and Europe. So, the Bosch equivalent of the 4100 is available ($900-odd US) as well as the DeWalt ($1000 US) . The problem for me is the UK/EU specification, of a 30mm blade bore. This means most (if not all) dado stacks are out, as well as the Freud box joint blades.
The Sawstop jobsite saw will take a dado stack, but costs the equivalent of $2250 US.
I have made do with a CS and RAS for 40 yrs, and mostly have not missed a TS, especially once I made a router table 30 yrs ago. I have a dado set and a moulding cutter head, largely replaced by the routers. But I was keen on the Freud box-joint blades. When they were launched here, they were surprisingly affordable, now of course they have rocketed (as our currency has plunged). I have made box joints on the RT, but the TS method struck me as more efficient and less dusty.
I must confess to never having laid claim to the degree of precision some of the members with Incra jigs take for granted. I am probably in denial about the imprecision of my joints.