I don't know, for me I'm going the other way. 3 years with a track saw and while it's great for some things, the table saw is faster for others. The track saw is fiddly for repetitive cuts (sometimes they are a little off, other bits required to set the rail, clamps sometimes required, more bits required for narrow rips). I'm really coming to hate the process of digging out the misc. bits for something that should be simple, especially when it's a one off piece. The table saw makes all this quick and painless and I plow through 8/4 hardwood without effort. The tracksaw has to work a bit harder and you should really switch to a rip blade.
I can appreciate that some do fine without the table saw, and I thought I could too, but damnit, I'm putting a table saw in the shop!