First, good choice on the 1617. I have two, and I think they are great.
As for the table, I agree with Roger. I built my current table a little is over 5 years old. It is my second table and the first one I built. Either this summer or next, I am going to build a new one. I have been putting a lot of thought into what my next one will be, as after using the one I have now, I know what I like about it, and I definitely know what I don't like about it. There are so many different styles of tables and fences out there that you do almost have to use one or two to know what is going to work well for you.
Things to consider:
Table Size - There is no standard here, consider the types of things you are going to be working on.
Router Position - Many tables have them centered, others they are not
Fence Style - Some have very basic to very complex
Router lift - Some routers, including the 1617, have a built in above the table adjustment, is that good enough or do you want a more robust one?
What's under the table - Do you want a full on cabinet for storage (like Norm's) or do you just want 4 legs to hold it up?
Dust Collection - There are many schools of thought on this.
Shop Made or Commercial - If you have the time (doesn't take as long as you think either) you can build a table that is the fraction of the cost of a commercial one.
Now that I have probably overwhelmed you
, the table listed Bob is a very good table and has been getting very good reviews, and would likely serve you well.