I built this today with some parts I picked up at LV on Thursday. There are a few woodworking solecisms in it, but I'm still a beginner in many ways. I added the mitre gauge groove and the T-tracks to a basic table design in Rick Peters' Bandsaw Fundamentals.
The track on the left doesn't quite fit because by the time I realized that, I figured that a) it will still work, and b) if I try to fix it, I'll probably make it worse. The groove for the mitre gauge went too deep as I was carefully sneaking up on the ½" depth and it suddenly gave me the slip. I took people's advice on not taking too much at once, however, and came up with a wonderfully smooth 1" x 9/16" groove with a 3/4" straight bit.
The table is held in place by wooden cams according to the instructions. I varnished it and am going to wax it tomorrow when the varnish is hardened.
Total cost about $30. Except for the bolts for the cams, this is all glued together.
I also made wooden jaw inserts for my small, ancient wood vise, which are held in place by magnets, and roughed out seven cutting boards, so I was busy, eh?