BA, there are many decent tables available depending on which methods you are most comfortable with. Bob and Rick Rosendahl of the Router Workshop (One of the sponsors of this site) teach that you should "Keep it simple." When I joined this site I had just finished building an excellent table from the plans in ShopNotes #1. Rick convinced me to try a Router Workshop table and I will never switch back. I find that jobs are easier using their methods. If you want a furniture style table the RT1000 that Joe sells is an excellent way to go. My second choice for a table would be one of the Kreg's which are better quality than many available. Decide on which features are important to you and how you plan on using the table. Any of these will make you happy.
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