There's 2 tool companies that really stand out in the crowd to me. That's Festool and Incra.
I agree! Several times here in the forum I have said that, after Festool, Incra tools are most prominent in my shop. My router setup, which I run hard, is an Incra, and I've got several of Incra's measuring and marking tools. I also got one of their drill-press tables. I was going to build my own drill press table, but found that the ones Incra puts together just works great.
Perry is a great guy over there too.
I also agree with this. When I got my first Incra router-table set up (a Twin Linear fence) I could not quite get it to work for jointing, as advertised. Perry spent a long time on the phone walking me through the process. At one point along the way, I discovered a small dent in the frame of the fence and Perry arranged for me to get a replacement immediately. He didn't even ask me to send the old one back (I still have it in my shop actually, because I keep thinking I might be able to use it for something).
The best part is, when you put the 2 tools to use on one project, you have one bad combination. They compliment each other in so many ways and allow quality work untouchable by any other tool combo.
Definitely true, and almost every project I do involves this combination. Others here have combined the two product lines evem more, by putting Incra tracks together with the MFT and other ideas along those lines. I have not done that yet, but might someday.