Last year I made a bandsaw fence that is adjustable for blade drift, and it has served me well over the last year. However, I had two perceived problems with it. One was that if I were ripping narrow pieces off thin stock, I had to raise the blade guard to where it was not protecting my lovely fingers. The other was that it was not really high enough for resawing.
I had seen plans for a bandsaw fence attachment for thin stock, and also for resawing, so I thought, "Heck, you can combine the two." May not be an original thought, but this is what I came up with, and built today out of white oak from the local Borg.
The first photo shows the elegant simplicity of the design, the second shows it set up for narrow stock, and the third for resawing. I put 10-24 blind nuts in the fence to facilitate adding accessories.