I have the 745 and set up as Tim explained. I built a rolling stand that put the saw exactly even with the end of my work bench. I cut 2 miter slots in the end of my bench as extensions to accommodate my crosscut sled. The table provides storage for blades, various zero clearance inserts, two miter gauges and saw dust. I can cut 8/4 hard maple or purpleheart with no problem and it's easy to set up and change blades. The fence is accurate and easy to adjust if necessary. With that said, there are two "cons'. The arbor is too short for a dado stack. I have a 1/4" dado blade and have been able to make do but, at times, a dado stack would make life a lot easier. The second is the dust collection. I'm using a shop vac so that may be some of the problem but it does drop a lot of dust under the saw.
I don't cut any large sheets of plywood with the table saw. I use a circular saw to break it down.
If I had to do it again, I'd take a serious look at the Bosch 4100. I have their router, jig saw and ROS and really like all of them.
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