The Festool was doing a demo of their work table locally.
The Festool system is a rather good system. The work table can be ganged with additional tables. The table top is replaceable and has holes drilled for use with Festool Dogs. With their tables, one can even rip 96" sheet material. If you need a bevel cut this system will do it.
The only drawback is the cost of the system.
The really, really big advantage to the system is dust collection. During the demo several cuts were made with the circular saw and there was no dust to pick up afterward.
Everything Festool makes stores in one of their custom Systainers. All the Systainers interlock with each other. A really neat storage system for space challenged woodworkers.
So who is the typical user of a Festool system?
The condo owner that really needs a woodworking fix. The whole system could be stored in a single closet. Work in the kitchen (Probably NOT if there is a SO involved.) or on the balcony.
The townhouse owner where a garage MUST be used for parking and an aggressive enforcement action by the home owners association. If there is a basement available, normal shop tools would be a better choice.
I didn't think of this user but it is the one that makes the most sense. The pro that does work at the customer's site. Everything could be stored in the van and then brought into the customer's site on a hand truck. This user would be more than likely working with commercial or high end clients. The superb dust collection is a huge selling point.
Will I be purchasing any part of a Festool system? Probably not. I don't have to deal with a HOA and I'm very happy with my Uni.