I am looking to increase my time woodworking in the next few years and recently wore out my 25yr old Ryobi BT3100 table saw and want to replace it with a bandsaw. Chris Schwarz over at Lost Art Press thinks highly of the Jet 414500 metal/wood bandsaw for its overall build. I am inclined to get one but noticed that the resaw capacity is 6 inches which is in stark contrast to other saws like the Laguna 14|12 which may not be as solid a build but have a resaw capacity of 12 inches.The logical question is 'well what are you going to use it for?' and I honestly don't know where my interests will take me. I am planning on making some chairs and tables in the near future. So to the audience of experienced woodworkers out there, how helpful do the majority of you find a larger resaw capacity in a bandsaw? Is 6 inches sufficient for the majority of routine tasks?