I have both the Makita and Festool tracks and they seem to be identical. I tried both with my OF2200 router with very good results. Same story on the clamps. I am considering getting one of the saws so I will try to keep an eye on this thread.
If I were to buy any more of the rails I would be buying the holey rails now, I heard they cost the same as the non holey rails in North America and they only cost a tenner or so more in the UK.
Looking at getting the LR32 kit but not after the 1010 router as I'm fairly sure that I can make a sub base for my plunge 26204k router (which I believe is the same as the DW611 is in the US?
I asked to see what size the base was on the Festool 1010 and the measurements were smaller than the base on my De-Walt so I reckon I can make a phenolic base up to suit.... Maybe...with luck...
One thing I thought wasn't going to be much use was the Fastex blade change thing on it.
You pull that lever thing and then plunge the saw and it stays at the plunged depth to change the blade.
I honestly thought that I would only use that once in a blue moon but when I was cutting the chipboard flooring (22mm thick so a 21mm cut) channels I moved the rail on a length, set the saw back on the rail, plunged the saw into the end of the previous cut and as it was in the cut it stayed put while I set the other end of the rail to the other end of the new cut. I used it all the time.
Saved on all that move rail at one end and it moves the rail slightly at the other end business and saved a lot of time.
I doubt that would have worked had I been cutting 18mm chipboard flooring with underfloor heating as the cut would have been 17mm and the Fastex system wouldn't engage at that depth.
Handy all the same though.
There are more powerful saws out there and I've not used the other plunge/track saws so I can't offer up a balanced review, I chose this as there was some local dealer support and the boxes worked better for my level of mobility.