I use the table saw you linked daily, and it's great for a "job site" saw.
I often wish I had a larger cabinet saw, primarily for more depth between the blade and the edge of the saw when using a cross cut sled.
For cutting plywood down to size I use a track saw though. Unless you have a huge table built up around your table saw it is very difficult to safely cut up sheets of plywood. The risk of pinching the blade is high, and very dangerous. It can be done, but it only takes one oops.
If you don't expect to do a lot of ripping boards into narrower widths I think a track saw is a better purchase for you than a table saw.
I'm very pleased with mine and wish I hadn't waited as long to get one as I did.
I primarily build cabinets and other furniture out of plywood, and for me if I had to choose one I'd pick just the track saw. With a couple jigs it can do everything the table saw can, and is much handier for plywood.
I have a dewalt, chosen because it was the cheapest with an anti-kickback option.
Hope that's helpful.