I recently decided to tackle my router table problem. I wanted to incorporate it into my mobile tablesaw workstation, which was an earlier project. I searched for DIY plans and could not find anything that seemed suitable, so I designed my own. The fence (not pictured, because it hasn’t been built yet) mounts to a box that slides within a bigger box. Wedges or ramps then adjust with a knob in order to push the inner box out. This will be the micro-adjustment. The whole assembly slides on the same fence system as the tablesaw and acts as the course adjust. As for the dust collection, it comes into a box mounted under the table where the router is mounted and collects from above (through the slot seen in the tabletop) and from below. I hope the pictures clear things up, as this is kind of hard to explain. It is definitely a work in progress, so please feel free to comment if you have questions or comments!