Well I've come to the conclusion that I won't be fully happy with my new vivariums until they're sitting in a nice room to begin with. So before I get to building my setups I'm going to remodel the room the vivariums will be in. The remodeling will basically be getting rid of the bulk of my collected crap and then repainting and putting subfloor down over cracked concrete so I can lay some tile and not have it come up in six months.
Long story getting longer, I want to get a table saw to cut the subfloor paneling and the ulterior motive is when I'm done I can use it for all my other cutting projects too and quit playing around with my hand jig saw which just aggravates my slight case of carpel tunnel. Since this is the first time I've bought a table saw is there anything I should look for when shopping? As well as plain cuts I want to be able to raise and lower the blade so it doesn't cut all the way through wood and make slots in it. Can they all do this? The model I was looking at has it's own legs and a 18" x 24" table. The other brands were a few inches more or less in either direction. So how big of wood can I cut with a saw that size?
Thanks for any input all you handymen (and women)!