The melamine surfaced table top is not flat, thus the router mount plate has to protrude a small amount to allow the work to contact the table high spots at the same level as the router mount plate. The difference is small, but disconcerting when trying to set up the router plate. The T-slot for the crosscut guide protruded, so my first work was routing the table cutout deeper and re-setting the T-slot guide. The canvas bag is too small to contact the entire perimeter of the Velcro mounted on the table top, but the bag stays in place and should catch most of the dust not removed by a shop vacuum.
I do like the dual vacuum ports and the fence is quite well designed. One of the insert plates fits my Porter-Cable bushings, so conceivably I can do bushing guided pattern routing, although that is usually done with a freehand router.
Like many import tools, this is a price/value compromise, but I think I will be happy with it.