I had a look at the Charnwood and it doesn't seem too bad, just quite small. One option you would have later is to just drop that table top into a larger top. You'd just need to extend the slots for the track maybe but I don't bother with the tracks. Some members don't care for them and some love them. It's a personal preference thing and that is true about router table features as a whole. I'm on my 6th one I think. I've tried a number of things to see what I like and don't like getting to that point. Some features I'm not fussy about, like the tracks, some can't live without. I've tried t-slots to clamp the fence down and just clamps to hold it in place and I don't have a preference either way for those. I do like my router plate offset towards the back of the table like the Charnwood has, but I also like to be able to work from either side of my table. Some members have the plate offset both front to rear and side to side. Those are things you find out by trying them. Some of my tables only cost me $10 -20 to make. This last one is the most expensive of the lot but it very likely is the final version too.