$430 for a work table?! I get that it can be converted into a table saw, router table, etc., but my Ridgid R4512 was $500 bucks, and it's a pretty decent saw. Plus, there's space on the end of the wings that I can drop in an MDF router table insert.
That "jack of all trades" feature for the Triton Work Center will get pretty annoying when switching back and forth between tools. Hopefully it won't require re-squaring the fence and the blade every time it's disassembled and reassembled.
I get that it's great for people with limited space, but it seems way to pricey for what it is.