After renovating our kitchen, basement and outdoor play area/pool I’m close to finishing my first woodworking project for my basement workshop. It’s a table saw/router workstation made using a Craftsman portable table saw (I know…not the best however it works for my needs right now) and a Craftsman router. I made it mobile with an adjustable universal mobile base that I can lift the front feet off the floor with a lever and lower back down to lock it securely to the floor. The workstation surface is about 73” by 29”, and made using a ton of pocket joints/screws and the exterior is skinned with 1/4 plywood. I like the portability of the table saw to bring to friend’s houses or different sites so I decided to make the table saw be able to lift off the base. I’m currently researching the best fence and rail system to use as the old one is no longer able to be used inside the top surface frame work…and is really only adequate when moved to jobsites. I would also like the new fence system to be able to utilize the full work top. I have found 2 of the aluminum extrusion fences I like but didn’t know if anyone had any experience with them or if they would even work with this application. One of them is made from aluminum extrusion for other things that I’ve seen adapted for this use and the other is from Mule Cabinetmaker (http://www.mulecab.com/M1050Rip.html). Any advise would be much appreciated. I have seen the one from Very Super Cool Tools, but it’s a little out of my price range and I think the others would suite my needs fine. Thanks.