Yes - wait and get what you want because what you want may be redefined with time... but when you do make your purchase - give it a lot of time and get the best you can afford! Now my story... I built my dream shop in 2001 while I was still working (retired in 2009). Until 2009, I was a wood hacker (experimenter at best). But I always knew that I was bitten by the woodworking bug. Between 2001 and 2009, I skipped my coffee breaks and pocketed the cash (about $30/week) too buy tools. Keep in mind that woodworking was a retirement goal... so I was buying good quality tools. As for my table saw, I worked with an old Craftsman for many years and got by... In 2005, I decided to replace it. By then, I had built a few nice home projects and my wife was convinced woodworking was a passion of mine. She gave a "go" card to buy any saw my heart desired with NO price limit. Considering my researched, space limit and my $needs, I chose the smallest JET cabinet saw because it fit all my needs and budget (I had saved my coffee $). That saw has served me very well... it has seriously helped me progress from a wood hacker too a craftsman (with a + or a - master).
Its' never hot or cold in New Hampshire... its' always seasonal.