Where to start ? There just is no other comparable saw out there for a comparable price.
If you want a sliding table saw that fits in your garage, this is it. Probably not as well-made as the Hammer K3, but larger capacity as the base model thereof, takes standard blades and even a dado stack.
Nice: precise ! I cut a piece of plywood square against the crosscut fence on the slider - four consecutive cuts - and could use that plywood clamped against the slider's crosscut. fence to rip thin strips off 2x4s.
Also nice : the tool that allows the arbor to be stopped for easy blade changes.
As others have remarked, the dust collection is OK, but not overwhelming. The 4 inch port reduced to 3 inch internally and sawdust escapes and accumulates beneath the saw, and worse, on the rods for night and tilt adjust. Unlike older pictures, the guard is clear, but it cannot easily be removed for non-through cuts.. and you have to remove the we whole assembly anyway for this case because the riving knife has a bump that always extends above the blade. I bought the Sharkguard and that improved on the factory guard a lot: better dust collection, easy to take off of riving knife for non-through cuts with knife in place, possible anti-kick-back pawls.
This saw is rather loud - not as loud as a contractor saw or a cheap model with induction motor obviously, but somewhat annoying nonetheless. Maybe something could be done about that.
The sliding table deals very solid, and can support amazingly large panels - widthwise. If you need to do long rip cuts - i.e. longer than.about 5 feet - you will have to use the rip fence in the conventional way, and that probably doesn't work quite as well as with other saws as the sliding table is a tiny bit above the fixed table. For a tall bookcase e.g. I'm not sure how I'd handle the long boards best with this saw.
Needless to say the weight together with the two extra feet make for a very stable saw that will not fall over no matter what, and 5 HP is more than enough power for just about any cut. I would have bought this saw even with a smaller motor.
The instructions say one has to do some wiring, but my saw came with a plug and all wired up already ( and Grizzly doesn't quite know that because they sent me advertisement recommending me to buy a mobile base - good idea - and a L6-30 plug from them (!) ).