Welcome Jake. Even when space is at a premium I suggest you keep your router and table saw apart. My reason for this is as follows: Just about every project I build I am jumping back and forth between the router and saw. If I had to change my set up for every switch I would be spending more time making adjustments than progress. Since the bulk of work you do with a router usually does not require a lot of work table, consider one of the portable table plans. They are fun to build, store in a small amount of space, and usually cost a great deal less than buying a table. As a bonus, when you mount your router on a plate you can switch it between a portable table and a larger one down the road. Or when you add a 2nd or third router you can simply switch routers plate and all. Another arguement for not mounting your router to your table saw is this: You can build a storage cabinet for all your saw accesories and wheel it under your saw to reclaim wasted space. I store my cross cut sled under one wing of my saw, and I am designing my own storage rack for the other side. Having everything within easy reach just makes sense to me. That's my 2 cents on the subject; go with what feels right to you and enjoy.