I have a Kregg ripping jig, which is great for straight rips with a circular saw, but doesn't do angles. I made a simple 'track' to make angled rips and other cuts. But what I can't do easily is actually make a cut with the blade itself at a set angle. a. It's difficult to set an accurate angle of the circular saw, and b. It's difficult to know exactly where the blade will cut the target material.I won't buy another table saw unless it is the Sawstop or has Sawstop technology in it. But really I use my Festool track saw system for most of my cutting needs and it is portable, accurate, and pretty darn safe. A table saw excels for multiple wide/long cuts but Festool has some accessories that get it pretty close while taking a ton less room.
If the Festool can easily do that last thing I may well take a look at it. Sawstop etc. hasn't reached these shores yet.
Apologies for heading OT Chinadog.