The 735 does not ship with infeed/outfeed tables, but they are available, and it's bed is larger than most planers, so it's not horrible without the tables, and with the tables I think it has more support than any other "portable" planer. I have the 735, and before it I had the old ryobi 1300 planer, which is very much like the 734. They both do/did the job and worked fine. I've not used the slow feed feature of my 735 to get the "better finish" because I'm going to sand/scrape anyway, so I haven't felt the need.
The blower feature of the 735 is impressive, I was using a quick disconnect on it, and it would often blow the hose off. I've got a better setup for it now.
Keith Z. Leonard