Howdy Joe. Jerry Bowen has the exact setup you are desribing. He uses the extension wing and the Incra fence and lift. I'm sure he will chime in soon. He is currently tied up in the shop on a new project, but this west Texas heat will run him inside real soon.
Dick sent me an e-mail and said that I might post to what you have in mind. I have the 52" rails that Incra offers with their LS TS fence positioner and I could not ask for the LS TS system to work any better than it does. I does everything that they say that it will do.
My router table is mounted between the rails that extend beyond the left cast iron wing on the TS. For some time, in order to use the LS system at the router table I had to move the base that the LS system is mounted on from the far right end of the rails down past the TS blade and closer to the rounter table. This worked fine, but it was a bit inconvenient and so I recently added a second LS system, LS 17", it sets close to the router table and is ready for use when I need to use the router and the original system stays put leaving me with access to the TS when using the router in the table, much more convenient.
There is one other unplanned feature that I have discovered by adding the second system to the set up, simply by lifting the 17" system off of the rails and turning it so that the fence is facing to the right instead of to the left you have very good clamping system for joining workpieces by clamping them between the two fences. I do suggest that you put some material down on the TS table's cast iron surface to keep glue off of it, it will save you a lot of clean up effort which, in my case, I hate to have to mess with.
I am about your height and the RT is just the right height for me.
One of the posts to your thread said that there were some inconveniences to consider and I am wondering what was being referred to.
There is one issue that I just thought of that I need to mention. I have a ten inch wide cast iron wing on the left of the TS's table, that along with the length of RT restricts the maximum distance between the TS blade and the LS fence to about 32". This is due of course to to the fact that the left end of the rails being occupied by the cast iron wing and the router table .
Recently I had to cross cuts some boards for a cedar chest lid. The boards needed to be 43". I used Incra's Express sled with it setting to the left of the TS blade along with the fence extention, by fence extension I mean the fence that is attached to miter gauge which in turn is attached to the sled. It worked just fine and so the retriction that have mentioned above is not a handicap at all.
I hope that this adds to the information that you need in order to make your decision.
Let us know what you deciide to do.