power tools that I plan to use in my tiny wood shop
WHY would you want to use a jigsaw in a tiny wood shop? Because jigsaws aren't just cheap and portable, they're also incredibly versatile.  It's true that they have a reputation of making rough cuts, but it's actually not hard to make precise cuts, with a few tweaks.
Traditional hand planes are incredibly important in a tiny wood shop, and there's a good chance that the power-tool equivalent could save you some sweat and muscle. Yes, they take more skill to use than a bench-top thickness planer, but tiny wood shop users probably have most of those skills already, and electric hand planers have no width limitation like thickness planers do.