Well, my hybrid takes up less room than my old contractor saw but, it is only slightly smaller in footprint than a full sized cabinet saw. I think it may be important to make a list of the things that the current saw is not doing for you. Once you have identified the areas you are trying to improve, it will be easier to see if one solution or another will actually help.
If I had to give up one or the other I would have a hard time giving up my bandsaw but, I do very, very little work with sheet goods. You can rip on a bandsaw, joint the face and edge and plane to thickness without ever getting near the tablesaw. All that being said, you can do a lot nicer job with a plane and some chisels on a piece of walnut than you can on a piece of plywood. This is what leads to my suggestion of making a list of where your current saw falls short so you can be realistic about whether another tablesaw, that will meet your space limitations, will help.
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
- Arthur C. Clarke