I purchased the RouterShop at a Woodworking show 3-years ago. Since that time it has become my only router table. I should also say that I got it for ~$650 instead of the $900 street price. Pros: The RouterShop comes with a substantial steel stand on rollers. I really like how with only a few standard bits (e.g. straight, combo, etc.) you can make so many different types of moulding. I also like the repeatability of cuts due to its threaded rod based indexing system. Another plus is that with only a straight bit you can cut mortises, tenons, spline groves, rabbits, raise panels, produce step mouldings, and joint small stock (the fence has an offset feature). Cons: The router sits low in, or actually below, the table top so a few bits are too short to use with the table. Also, because the router moves in the Y-axis (looking at the table from the front) you have to adjust the bit height from below the table instead of from up top as so many tables have allowed you to recently. Also, the table takes specially shaped solid plastic table inserts(they are very well made though),so if you rip one up too much (from moving the router on the Y-axis) you have to buy a replacement from RBI - but they do keep them in stock. In the end, I do miss a simpler, standard router table from time-to-time, but I'm very happy with the RouterShop and what it does. I was torn between rating it a 4 (good) and 5 (excellent), but I went with a 5, since the table does everything that it claims to do, as well as adding a new dimension to what you can accomplish in your shop.
I have had my table for two years. I use it for light home projects. The concept of the router table is fantastic. I feel that the table is under constructed,,,,table top should be made out of heavier material, the fence which comes with the table tends to move and the platform which the router mounts to is a bit light in construction. I have had problems with warpage with my table top. The company has been very good at replacing the top two times. I am using a 3.5 hp Milwaukee router in my table. Talking to the company they are telling me that this router is too heavy for the table even thought there is no recommended hp limit for the table. I have gotten to the point that I won't store the router in the table. When I am finished for the day I take the router out of the table because long term this causes warpage. I have reinforced the underside of the table so it wouldn't warp any more. Would I buy another Hawk router, If they beefed it up,,,made some changes, yes I would.