We almost went with the Rimforsa, but ended up going with the Stenstorp (http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/60323021/
). They are almost identical, dimension wise, but we just liked the look of the Stenstorp a little better. When shopping we were looking for something deep enough, and also wide enough to store all our gear...but also something that felt sturdy enough to handle all the weight. The Stenstorp (and Rimforsa) checked all those boxes. It's the perfect size for our stuff, and I still have plenty of space to work (grind, tamp, etc).
I guess there were two main reasons that lead us to land on the Stenstorp. First, I have a plumbed machine, and while the top of the Rimforsa is wood, and I could drill a hole, I was worried about those drawers. There wasn't a super clean way for me to feed my hoses through the top without running into that drawer. If I put the hole in the very back, I think I could have made it work...but the Stenstorp didn't have any of that to mess with, and was just more convenient. The second thing I liked about the Stenstorp is that there is a panel down the middle of the table (length-wise...cause technically it's a kitchen island). But I was able to drill my hole in the back half of the table and feed my hoses, power, etc...and you can't see them at all when looking at the bench from the front, cause they are behind that partition. Really not a huge deal, but I just liked the clean look of that
Again, both options are great. Like I said, my main concern was making sure the table was sturdy enough for the job...and both tables met that qualification.
Good luck with your search!