You get a redirect without one, to add the trailing slash.
That wil only happen when the server needs to send out a default document (i.e. index.php)
In this case all calls are rerouted to a single script. So no differences in redirect with or without the trailing slash.
This url rewrite is purely cosmetic. It has no advantage on indexing by searchengines.
The standard WebsiteBaker way of serving pages is just as good.
It just is meant to create nicer readable url's.