DeWalt is not my favorite router, but it is a good one I think you'll like. I recently wrote up instructions on making your own router table. It's really pretty simple to do. You can use a single layer of ply, but I think in the longer run, that a double layer is a better choice. Essentially you will pick a size that works for you, buy a sheet or two of 18mm very flat ply, Baltic Birch if you can get it. I strongly suggest you buy a router mounting plate to put in your table, and that it be aluminum. You can mount the router directly on the wood, but the plate allows for other options down the line.
Lay the plate on the top of the table. Draw an outline of the plate on the top and use a jig saw to cut out an opening just a little in from the line. Put the plate back in place within the outline and surround it with wood strips as in the illustration. Use a couple of playing cards between the plate and wood strips to allow just a little extra room to remove the plate later. Remove the plate and use a trim bit with a bearing on it (sample shown) and make an exact fit hole.
If you glue on a second layer below, the second opening should be about the same size opening, but you may want to cut away a little from the corners to make room for the leveling screws.
Purchase some Kreg router plate levelers (pix below) in the corners. Drop the plate in and adjust the leveler screws until the plate is exactly level with the top.
You can mount this top on practically anything, even across a couple of saw horses. Or make a simple stand for it.
To start with, you can use a very straight 2x4 or 1x6 piece of lumber for the fence, or make something more elaborate like the one in the picture below.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.