I bought a Laguna fourteen/12 and love it. It was on sale at Rockler for $1099. What got me was going to their showroom and seeing how heavy duty the bearings were. Beefy, smooth, heavy duty wheels. Bought the rolling base kit too.
I sold off my Delta, which I'd upgraded with Carter guides. Sold it for $325 with a number of blades. Could NOT find the 6 inch riser for it anywhere, which would facilitate resawing. But have also heard that the riser (Powermatic, Grizzly, etc) isn't as rigid as the welded frame.
Given the choice, I'd same up a little more for the Rikon, which seems to get pretty good reviews. he Rikon will take up to a 1 inch resaw blade, but it's been reported that the optimum for resawing is the 3/4 inch blade. The Jet's price seems quite high, especially if it doesn't have add ons like the Carter Guides. Personally, I'd skip that style of saw.
But before you buy anything, check out the Laguna saw. It is physically a smaller saw, but it also will resaw up to 13 inches, and their Resaw King blade is a masterpiece. It is like a German car vs a nice Japanese car. Not a lot of window dressing, but solid as a rock. And if it goes on sale, or you can find a price match, it's close to the same price as the Rikon, then I predict you'll love yours too. I do have a small Rikon band saw that is really good and that I use all the time. It is the same as the small WEN saw, but a blue case instead of orange. If it's a measure of Rikon quality, then you can expect a lot.
If you get the Laguna, be sure to watch their 14 part assembly and setup videos on YouTube. Follow it and you can assemble the whole thing single handed. I did it exactly as shown, single handed, and I'm an old guy. You'll love your band saw, get the best, and the best blades you can find (Laguna's brand for me).
That's my take anyhow.