PhilBa - thanks for the insight man. I don't think I have space for the Incra LS in my shop. I've got room along one wall to try to fit as much of the larger eqipment as possible - 13in planer, double bevel sliding miter saw, portable table saw, and now router table. If I get the Incra LS, the long sliding fence support rail generates a lot of unusable surface area. There's technically room for it, but I know I'd want that square footage & table space back when need to make room for something else, like a bandsaw.
As far as microadjustments - I've been planning on doing some really intricate edge work, which requires horizontal and vertical microadjustments in my system (threaded movement). I really like the sliding Incra measuring strips, for peace of mind before making a pass. BUT, I don't have a jointer, so I'm thinking I've gotta give those up and go with the Woodpecker setup, which lets you offset half of the fence for edge jointing.
Was thinking about Wixy digital fence measure, but it I don't think I could attach it to the phenolic top without compromising it's structural rigidity. I was hoping someone would know of some magic solution along those lines... technique or equipment.