Here are the promised pictures. These were taken as I was just setting up shop and building cabinets and workstations. My table saw is a combo of router table and table saw which often gets used as an assembly table too.
Here you can see the router bit storage drawers. I have one drawer dedicated to 1/4" bits, the rest to 1/2" bits.
In this top view you can see the router and table saw are diagonally opposed. I thought this the best layout because I am right handed. However, if I were to do it again I would meove the router up to the same end as the table saw. That way I could use the table saw fence with the router. The router fence shown in this picture is not yet complete. The vacuum housing is not complete. You can see this if you go to my website and look at current pictures. The 4" dust collection attachment is in the back of the cabinet.
The extended slots cut into the melamine turned out to be too short, as I discovered when I built my cross cut sled. SO if you look at more recent pictures you will see I extended them.
The opening you see in the front is to get at the router. A door, not shown, is fitted to have a friction fit with air holes in it to supply a source of air for the dust collection vacuum.
Notice that the fence extends the full width of the front. The top, including the table saw, is approximately 7' x 7'.
If you go to my website and look at the Shop Layout menu, you will see that just behind the table saw is an assembly table, and behind that is a standard (though insulated) garage door. This allows me to deliver sheet goods from the truck to the assembly table and then to the saw. It works great.
I hope this helps.