What's up, hope everyone is doing well, new guy, first post, be cool, I have a feeling this could go both ways, either someone will point out the obvious and give me a list to order or there might be more to my project, please let me know your thoughts, for some reason I feel like this is really simple but I think I'm missing something, so here I am risking looking like a dumski. Here's a description: Wood slab flattening set up that allows up to 4x8 routing area or even longer length rails, portable would be great, using a router mount that actually allows me to use the plunge router base, router is Bosch MRP23EVS, this would have to be a very beefy system as this is going to be manually pushing a 2in bit through hardwood. Ideally, this is something that could break down into two rails (most likely connected at the ends to keep it square I assume) and could separate from the router gantry type of set-up ( no flex there would be great too), but still be able to get set-up dead level ( some kind of leveling feet on the legs, maybe?) needed over and above the slab already on horses level and ready to go. Oh, and it would be great if it was cheap to achieve with openbuild products, as I'm a small operation. Hope that wasn't too bad, looking forward to hearing from you talented folks, thanks for your input.