My bad, I stand corrected. I should've recognized that "other" can also be selected as "none of the above". I just wanted to point out that the whole "brand" argument has no merit whatsoever when discussing consumable goods, and most power tools do fall into that category.
I think unless you are talking Bentley, Rolls Royce, and perhaps Vacheron Constantin you just can't even use "best" in the same sentence with any single brand name. Even amongst watch enthusiasts you won't get the same answer when asking "What watch is the best?". Most Americans (Europeans know better) will answer "Rolex!" which is actually a very poor quality watch compared to the handful of time piece manufacturers that put out precision masterpieces.
I think the only woodworking tool company that even comes close to being brand dominant as far as quality would be Festool, but you won't get widespread agreement even there. And of course they don't even make a table saw so they couldn't be included in this poll. Festoolers please don't inject the "They make something better than a table saw!" that is also not true. Try putting a dado blade on your TS75, just for starters.
I'm not trying to nitpick your poll, but when you add to it the statement . . .
"I personally use jet and I like it but I am interested in Grizzly."
. . . it's the same as saying . . .
"I personally vote Republican and I like them but I am interested in voting Democrat."
Okay that's not exactly fair because most tools will do what you expect them to and perform close to what you paid for them to do, but you get my point. And okay they are also equally poor quality brands, but the whole foundation of the poll is so flawed from the get-go there's simply no way to select any answer except "other(none of the above)" unless you throw logic completely out the window and answer based solely on "brand loyalty" which is nothing more than 100% emotion. Not 99% but 100%. Emotion has never been a reliable companion when selecting a quality anything. Even when selecting a wife you have got to use a fair amount of logic. Actually this is when logic is of the utmost import! But again I digress. You can get lucky sometimes when you select a tool by brand only, but luck shouldn't play a part in this process either.
I'm not trying to derail your thread (and don't think I am) but this "brand loyalty" concept has been a pet peeve of mine for a long time. Doesn't mean everyone should adopt my philosophy and it doesn't mean I am right. Of course everyone should, and I am, but hey the whole world can't be perfect like me.
To answer your question I have to ask it a different way:
Q: What, in your opinion, is the best overall medium duty 10" table saw ever made?
A: There are probably 100 models tied for this honor, some built in 2010 some built in 1910 and anywhere in between.
Well that's *my* answer and I'm sticking to it. Good question BTW.