I've got one with the aluminum table. The router is fine, but I don't like the table. I'm going to build my own. The aluminum table has lots of grooves, the utility of which escapes me. They do tend to catch on stock occasionally...not good. They also fill up with sawdust that your stock can ride up on...also not good. The most annoying aspect of this table is the rings don't set flush with the top. They are below it about 1/16" and they don't accept PC style bushings. The fence doesn't have adequate travel to move it back out of the way and still use the router, so it has to be removed to use box joint jigs, etc. The index marks for the fence are also very large, so fine adjustment is difficult. The left side has a jointer insert, which one can move out to use the router table as a mini-jointer. The downside is sawdust can collect in the grooves and prevent the insert from sliding back flush with the fence. This makes cutting a slot accurately virtually impossible.
On the positive side, I like the switch which includes two outlets, making it possible to turn on your router and shop vac at the same time.
The bottom line is I wouldn't buy it again. The router is adequate, but the table has too many flaws. I'm building a table. I recently bought a Masterforce router from Menards. It has both the fixed base and plunge base. It's nearly a clone of the Porter Cable 2 HP but is about $80 cheaper and has a three year warranty: $119. I haven't tested it out yet, but it sure seems solid and well made. I'd recommend buying something like this then building a table or finding a ready-made one with a laminate top. That's my $.02 worth.