I have owned this table for 5 years. At the time I bought it it was state of the art in router tables. This table is still very good, but could be better with a couple of improvements.First, the table is excellent for its solid feel and the accuracy available from the fence and miter gauge slot. The weight is sufficient to keep it from scooting across the floor when making heavy cuts or sliding heavy boards across the top. The doors are a nice touch. The top has never sagged and I have a Porter Cable 7518 mounted in it in a ProLift router lift (which weighs about 22 pounds, not including the router).Areas for improvement:First: The Cab-Loc wheel kit is interesting in its design, but does not work very well. If your floor is absolutely flat they are ok! I originally had a garage with uneven asphalt floors, approximately one inch different in places, and they would not roll. I now have a designated workshop with flat concrete floors and they are ok to roll across the floor.The are a pain to attach and a pain to use. They lock the table in place by lowering individual rubber coated studs, which require turning each wheel's stud knob until the table is lifted off the roller. Regular roller wheels with their foot levers work much much better and faster. I also think they are too expensive!Second: Dust collection from the fence is very good, but why doesn't Bench Dog design a lower dust collection port as part of the table. I had to rig up a system and cut a hole in the cabinet similar to the dust collection set up in Norm Abraham's router table. Otherwise, the sawdust collected very quickly and suffocated the router.Third:I purchased a Rousseau switch kit. I did this for two reasons; 1. I hate having to reach under the table to turn on and off the router, 2. The Rousseau has a large crash bar that you can turn off with your knee or whatever in the case of an emergency. The Bench Dog switch, while a nice switch, has a much smaller contact area to turn it off.I applaud Bench Dog for some very good products, but they should make some improvements.