I built the router table that is featured in Febuary's American Woodworker magazine. It only took me a weekend to build and cost me $275 Canadian for all the materials and hardware, and I have a bunch of MDF left over. It works very well. Having T-track embedded in the table and fence makes attaching accesories a snap. The dust collection is also very effective. Its not quite as fancy as Norm's router station, but I would imagine its far cheaper to build. All the important functionality is there though. Having built in drawers for bit storage is nice, but not necessary. I put some tray's on the inside of the doors with holes drilled for bits and that works fine for me.