I would not trade it out as has been suggested. I have one and also have a 14 inch model for bigger jobs. I keep a "skinny" blade on mine and use it regularly for light-duty work. The 14 incher, with a wider blade, is reserved for, well, heavier work. If you have space for it, keep it and use it where the bigger saw would be inconvenient-to-use overkill. I also have a scroll saw, and the three together form a team for certain kinds of work.
I also modified mine. Surrounded the aluminum table with extensions made of wood, and balanced the wheels to make it run butter smooth. It is not a bad saw, just a small one.