Art, there are many uses where the fence is pulled back. Dado cuts is one, using a sled to make profile cuts on the end of a board is another... imagination is the key to discovering new uses for your router. It is a good idea to build a sacrifical top for your table; this can be held in place with wooden strips on the bottom that keep it located. This makes it easy to use your table like a bench with no worry of damaging it. I found a couple of the specialty router table designs in Patrick Spielman's book to be inspirational: the horizontal tilting table and the vertical tilting table. Check out this excerpt from the book.
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"Living in the D" (this means Detroit!)
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