"Looking at the picture it appears that you would have room to use the router table with the incra positioner set to the right of it. If that's a 22' wide base with the router mounted offset to the left, I'd guess that you have more than 12" from the router spindle to the right side of the table."
Thanks again for the video and for this latest response.
No, my homemade router table is 27" x 15", flush with the back rail, and I find it convenient to work from the end rather than from the front. If I'm not mistaken, I should be able to move the base to the left until the fence reaches the left side of the saw table, leaving the insert of an Incra 28 x 21 router table and about 12" of table clear to work from the end when using bearing bits.
For router fence work, I would have to rotate the whole fence system. Not a big deal, since I presently have to take time to mount and clamp my crude shop-made fence adapter to my T-fence anyway.
That lift is fairly pricey, BTW. Do you find it substantially better than reaching underneath for the height adjustment of the router itself? As I think of it, it might be worth it just to be able to access the collet nut from above.