Ok, got the table and (most of) the fence finished today. First time I've held a router (or even really a power tool) in 25 years. I relearned that the router has a mind of its own if you aren't paying close attention, and that I can't add and subtract fractions correctly anymore.
I took the top from an old drafting table that I wasn't using any more, and mounted it to a 3/4" block of plywood. Put a poplar skirt around it, with it extended on one side so I can attach it and use it as an outfeed table for the table saw. Legs are just plain old 2 bys.
Fence is split, so that I can also set it up to use it as a jointer. I still need to chamfer all my edges, put on some supports, and create the hole/box for the dust collection.
Anyway, here it is!
Table pre routing
Legs with bracing
Top outlined for cutting/routing
Jess em insert with Hitachi M12VC mounted.
Oops. This is what happens when you are confused on which way a dado cut goes and also not pay attention.
Full shot, without the fence.