Thanks for comments.
When I made mine, a couple of things I thought I would cover.
Being able to clamp items to the top to keep them flat while tacking, so legs are inset from top edges.
Wheel pivot points are outside the edges of the top too.
The actual top needs to be quite hefty, for the clamping. A bit larger would have been useful, but that was the only offcut they had at the stockholders.
Having the top at a decent height to save bending over.
So if your table fits the bill, go ahead.