If you are just into your Festool journey you are not far enough along.
After a year, two if you are suborn, you will realize you want that table saw back. I now only use the track saw for rough cutting, framing or something I dont need precision(precision means repeat) meaning maybe one or two parts. If super accuracy is needed the track saw can get it done, but it can be a long set up time or it's to the table saw instead as well.
If I am going to cut 100 thin strips, it's the table saw.
If I want something ready to glue up with two matching jointed faces, I use the table saw.
If I need to cut 18" off a sheet of plywood for a roof, I use the track saw. If I need a piece for wall or floor sheathing there is nothing better than cutting off the ply stack with a track saw.
If I need to cut 4 or more 18" wide x 72" long parts off expensive zebra wood ply for a cabinet side, I use the table saw.
We can make a butter knife work for cuts if we take long enough to sharpen it and than make the cut, but if I am going to work at my same speed, same productivity, I need to use the tools that keep me on that pace. It just takes way to long to ensure certain cuts are perfect using the tracks saw. I was getting to where my brother would tilt his head say, "hey if you just used the table saw you would not only be done setting up, the cuts would be done". Often I would find parts cut using the track saw were only just usable and not as perfect as I would like or as perfect as they would have been if I had used a table saw.
I know for a fact more than one "famous" internet woodworker that tried the ONLY Track saw shop eventually went back to the table saw and now use the track saw in much the same way I do. The track saw is not the get rid of the table saw tool some believe it is. Even for a hobbyist that bench top table saw is going to come in handy and there are still some things that a big cabinet saw is simply the best tool for the job.