I've been sewing for 2 years on a Gidget II table with my Janome Horizon or my Brother PQS 1500... well... I would like an upgrade. I'm sewing in a 8 x 10 room. So not tiny, but not the least bit large. So I have a couple folding tables set up for a table top ironing pad, and cutting area.
I eyed the Tracey Tables http://www.traceystables.com/ at the Madison, WI Quilt Expo. These feel like furniture. Great workmanship. They are saying 6 month wait, but my friend got hers in a week, so who knows - maybe 6 months on the outside. The cons are it's not adjustable. However, the pro is you can have an adjustable bed for the machine, so I can switch the machines out easy. I like the cut and press as well, but it may be a bit high for my 5'2" self. I'm within an hour from them, so shipping would be reasonable.
I then saw online the Sew Perfect Tables. http://www.sewperfecttables.com/sewi...uilt-pro.shtml
A back can be added on. It's slightly smaller than the Tracey, but that would be ok - b/c I'm in a small space. I like the additional cutting table and would have a spot against the wall for that. I actually like the industrial feel b/c I'm in there to work and I'd be less worried about something getting scratched or screwed up. So the pros are it's adjustable, but I can't see well - but the bed seems to be a manual adjustment. I'd have to find that out. Also even paying the shipping, it would be less expensive. Although I'm less concerned about expense and just want to make a purchase I could be really happy with for a long time.
Any thoughts? Rose