Table saw type is actually more important than brand IMO. The three you mentioned are all good names. Your price range will just get you into an industrial style cabinet saw, which is pretty much what many of us aspire to own someday....3hp, cabinet mounted trunnions, massive industrial grade build quality that'll last for decades. Note that they do require 220v operation. At ~ $1k, one of the Grizzly 1023 models are very popular and offer the biggest bang for the buck IMO. If you don't have 220v, and can't or won't ever have it, look towards a hybrid which is a full size cast iron saw with a belt drive internally mounted induction motor that'll run on a standard 120v outlet. Hybrids offer several of the same advantages of a cabinet saw but with lower power and a lighter duty rating.
I'd add Steel City, General International, and Shop Fox to that list....SF is owned by the same man who owns Grizzly, but they offer dealer support and a 2 year warranty.