Any of the brand name 10" belt driven contractors saws will serve the home shop well. I like Delta for price and quality, but there are several good saws out there. Unless you are doing only very small projects (boxes, toys, ect.), you will not be happy with a bench top saw. Although the direct drive table saws are more compact, stay away, trust me, I know. Both the bench top and direct drive saws are not beefy enough in the trunion. A little too fast feed will cause the blade to ride up causing a very slight out of square cut. This can be solved with a very slow feed, but spending a few dollars more now will lessen a lot a headaches later.