Yeah, I guess I'm lucky to have the space for a baby panel saw with a decent sliding table. It won't take full sheets but half sheets are OK. I do use quite a lot of sheet material - veneered ply/MDF etc.my big thing i guess is what i'm missing out on if i lose the table saw. crosscutting i can do on the mitre saw, rips i can do on the bandsaw and grooves/rebates i can do on the router table. i cant fit sheets of anything on the table saw and i use a tracksaw and mft for sheet goods.
I don't have a track saw (maybe that's the problem ) so panels get rough cut with a small circ saw first.
I love being able to then just trim them up on the table saw with repeatable sub mm dimensional accuracy and & reliable right angles. Carcassing is quite boring. Once rough cut I can spit them out in minutes.