I did pick up a copy of Tools and Shops ($10 for a magazine! Ouch). I agree it wasn't all that informative from a review standpoint, but it did let me know what saws were available, what features I should be looking at, and some of the pro's and con's of each saw.
Based on the article, the lack of accessories or parts, and the minimal user feedback, I decided against the Hitachi saw.
The Tools and Shops article rated the Woodtek as the best buy, but two things turn me away from that saw. First, it's a brand I've never heard of, and is probably similar to the Hitachi for getting parts and accessories. And second, I don't know that I want an electronic display on a power tool. It may just be me, but a dusty environment with vibration and whatnot doesn't seem like a reliable place to stick an electronic control. I'd fear it failing in a few years and costing a small fortune to replace if it was even still available.
Based on price, availability, and options for parts and accessories, the Jet ProSaw's are kind of high on my wish list right now. I've read several positive reviews, and the saw is available from a number of sources.
Although, the Craftsman still interests me a little too. I'll have to check them out the next time I run to Sears.
As I mentioned in my intial post, I wasn't really looking for a new saw, the Hitachi at Lowes just caught my attention. So I may end up getting nothing and just make do with my current saw a few more years.