Drill Press Table
Drill Press tables are rather easy to design, and build. You do not need fancy, complicated, or expensive. It just needs to work, and fit your needs.
You can add T-Tracks, hold down clamps, holes for sanding drums, etc... or not. It's up to you, and what you need.
Carriage bolts, or simple hex head bolts can be used for securing the wooden table to the cast iron table of the drill press. I use washers under the bolt heads for strength and stability (bolt heads tend to dig into the wood when tightening).
I am also a believer in using a scrap piece of plywood as a backer board when drilling. They are abundant, and it is easy to use a hold down clamp to hold the scrap backing piece, and your workpiece securely.
I went for the simple, cheap, and easy to build because it was easy to do, and I really do not like particle board, or MDF. I live in a very humid climate, and unless they are sealed heavily / well, and sealed often, particle board and MDF swell, and come apart after a short life span. I use plywood as much as I possibly can on all my jigs, tables, and fixtures. But hey, that's just me.