It will depend a lot on what you will be making, but I'll put your "want" list in order if you will be doing the more common woodworking projects, like furniture making. If your budget is tight you may find that buying these new is not possible. If this is the case, don't settle for the cheapest poorly made tool that you can find. Instead, look for a good condition used tool. It may take more time to find the right one, and you may need to do some minor repairs, but you will have a much better and larger tool that will be safer and more accurate in the end.
OK, this is the order that I would buy the tools in "your want list".
First should be a good table saw because you will find that you will use it more than any other power tool in your shop. Buy a 10 inch "Contractor saw", a "hybrid saw" or a "cabinet saw" with a 1 1/2 hp or larger motor. Avoid buying the benchtop saws because in most cases these saws are under powered and not accurate enough for good woodworking. A good accurate table saw is safer and makes a big difference in the satisfaction level of your woodworking.
The drill press should come next because you will need straight holes and you can add an edge sanding drum. A benchtop 14" or larger size should handle most of your needs for a while, unless you get into lamp making, but it should have a 1/2 hp or larger motor.
Third would be a bandsaw. It should be a 12" or larger model with a 1/2 hp or larger motor as the smaller bandsaws are not accurate and do not hold up well.
Last should be a scroll saw, unless you plan on doing a large amount of intricate circle and arc cutting in thin (1/2" or less) wood for a special project. These are great fun tools if this is the type of woodworking that you want to do, but it will gather dust (like mine) most of the time if you have other interests. They are very handy for making router templates though.