It is time to replace my mid-80’s Craftsman table saw before I really hurt myself. Some advice will be appreciated.

I no longer do much general carpentry like decks, framing etc. I have been enjoying making decorative boxes, cutting boards, and plan to make some small furniture like stools, cocktail tables, possibly built in shelves. So no need for giant cabinet saws. My shop is in my basement, so dust collection is important. Accuracy of cut is most important. Exact 45 degrees, repeatedly for box miters for example. Perfect rips for cutting board for glue ups. Even perfect 15 degree cuts for gluing up beer mugs. Ease of setting and adjusting blades, fences, and miters

What say you? Suggestions? Under $1000 would be nice, because I also need to replace my miter saw!