I did have a slight problem, that was when cutting the slots for the fence, I drilled a 1/4" hole at each end of the slot and started to cut the slot with my jigsaw, but as with all things jigsaw, it went off the line almost immediately, god know why it was ever invented, it's a useless tool, so I reverted to my trim router, and had the slots done in minutes.
Then it was the fence
two bits of plywood, the same length as the table, glued and screwed at right angles.
After which it was the legs, made out of 2x4
I needed 2 1/4" screws, but only had 2 1/2", so I made some 1/4 hard wood washers, problem solved.
I then just had to fit the Router body and the fence and the job was done
The plan called for some electrical work, but I use this router for other work as well, so I didn't want to wire it in.
I am pleased with how it has turned out, and I am looking forward to using it.