Rob, Very few tables are designed for a specific model router; you drill the holes to fit your model. You will find instructions on how to do this, create your own sub base plates and many useful jigs on the forums. Professional quality work depends on the user, not the table. There is no substitute for experience. Before you buy expensive wood for panel doors start by building some doors out of pine and MDF for shop projects like storage for your tools. These practice projects will teach you what problems to expect and show you how to overcome them. Outside of the cheap step stool style tables, most tables work great. The important features of a table is being stable and not warping. Some people get sucked into spending big money for micro adjusters that really serve no purpose when working with wood since it moves. Don't buy your router based on the name brand; get some routers in your hands and see how the controls work. All routers spin the bits but the way adjustments are made vary from model to model. The most important thing about buying a router is that you are comfortable with it.
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