alot of difficulty for assembling it since I basically had to cut alot of new holes in the rails, cut mitre slots in the rails, and cut down the extension table so my router extension wing would fit. Not something Ive done in my life.
Some of the cuts came out a bit rough, not nearly as nice as the factorys, cuts, but they are livable, and the saw is up and running. Will start figuring out how to install the new milauwkee router tomorrow.
I left 7 inches of work table after the router table so I could hook the legs on it easy enough and it wont interfere with my router work.