Hi Skipper ... good to meet you ... as to the table situation there are a few factors and variables that are different to each and all of us. How much shop space do you have? How confident are you to build your own? What are your main priorities with the router (edge forming or joinery)? Over here in New Zealand the only router table I could buy out of a shop was the Triton one (a damned good one too), and I have the DW621 and to mount it in there would have been one major engineering exercise so I made my own. The final size of it is 700mm by 600mm and this seems plenty big enough for both edge forming and joinery.
Hope this helps,
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