Since I got my EZ Smart guide, I find that I rarely try to manhandle the 4x8 sheet's of ply on my tablesaw anymore.
I put the longer rails on my grizz 1023, but I'm seriously thinking of removing them, putting the short rails back on, and saving a bit on shop space.
If you've got the festool setup to take care of sheet goods, and a miter saw setup, I'm not exactly sure what the extended rails do.
I find that most of the time I'm using that space for 'setting stuff down', which just means I have to spend more time putting stuff away.
Size wize, I think I'm in about the same boat as you, with maybe a little more space, but I've got more non-woodworking junk I store as well.
So, not sure what I'm trying to say, but the question is, "Is there a reason to have the long rails with all the other tools you have, other than the fact that they are long?". You could have your router table setup and still share the fence with a shorter table.
Myself, I'm starting to question that when my saw guide basically gives me a portable panel cutter already....
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