I'm with WayneC, self-clamping edge guides and a good circular saw.
You say that you cut a lot of plywood, but it's relative. If you're cutting daily, and this is your business, then you should really think about a good quality panel saw, as it does save time, and will pay for itself.
I enjoy doing cabinet work. Most start out as plywood boxes. I normally cut my ply, a bit oversized, and try to pre-cut all of the ply that's needed, using my TS for the final cut. I tend to buy only what's needed for the project so I don't have to store sheet goods. I use a few saw horses, and an edge clamp, and get busy. This works for me. I really don't enjoy this part of the process, and have though about buying a panel saw. Think this through, as any panel saw will consume space in your shop.
I'd like to offer a tip for the chipping problems mentioned (I'm a non-festool guy, no offense, just have never seen any festool products up close) in other posts. First, tune up your CS, be sure the base is square to the blade. A little paste wax on the base keeps it moving smoothly. Use a sharp blade designed for cutting plywood, they are inexpensive. Use 1" masking tape on the top and bottom of your cut line so the CS saws through the center of your tape.