Miter channel or no miter channel?
Okay, I'm about to build a router table. I like the plans for Norms with the drawer and so forth, but I also looked at one at Woodworking. org that looks pretty nice, although it is way bigger than I would want. Norm's has a miter channel and T-slots for the fence. The Woodworking one has neither. I like the fence system on the latter one, the clamp part anyway, and may go that route. My experience with T-slots on the last table I built was that they tend to fill up with sawdust and become a pain to adjust, so I like the idea of no T-slots.
Now, for my question: should I put in a miter channel or not? I've never had one without, so I don't know if I'd like it or not. I suppose I could build without, then add it later if I thought I had to have it, but I'd kind of like to know the pluses and minuses before I begin.
Let the opinions rain down, guys!