Of course, I've got to be different. I recommend making your own. I started out using a borrowed Sears benchtop table and router. Got my own shop and was going to buy, then realized none of them were what I wanted. So I hacked one together with plywood and 2X4s. Worked. Later upgraded, same style, but a bit larger. I'm on version three or four now, can't recall which. Three piece plywood top, done that way to accept a homemade router place that locks in between two pieces. Still a plywood and 2X4 table, bolted to a bench shelf (I have back problems and rout sitting down). I probably have a total of no more than $5 tied up in the whole thing, excluding routers - I have five routers, mounted on individual plates, so I can change to a router with a different bit in less than thirty seconds, total. The table does exactly what I want it to. I don't have a fence, because I don't need one for what I do. If I ever need one, I'll clamp down a piece of 2X4. Works for me.