I'm not making a recommendation, because I already know this is out of the price range, and not something even I could justify if I had to pay for it myself. But I will disagree with the comment about lasers, because of it.
The lasers on my Kapex are spot-on, and fully adjustable in yaw, pitch, and roll. I can split a sharp pencil line based on the laser position. Most of the time, I don't even use a pencil. The laser is so accurate that I lay the tape measure on top of the board, align the cut, and then (obviously...hopefully...) remove the tape measure and make my cut. I get repeatability within finger-feel, which means it is within a couple thousands of an inch from one cut to another.
OK, backing up a little bit. I haven't looked at DeWalt in years, and have heard their quality may have dropped since, but I also own an older DW708. It would still be my primary saw if I didn't have the Kapex. It's held reasonable calibration for 15 years. To me, holding extremely tight calibration is the most important thing a saw can do. I do precision woodworking, and keep my tools calibrated within a few thousands of a degree.
The main reason why you will never pry the Kapex out of my hands is because it is ungodly quiet. You don't see the feature very often, but I love the variable speed.