This may be too late but I'll chip in. I have a Router Boss and love it. To characterize the machine, it is closer to a CNC (3D type). It has replaced my Router Table (high end) with 3 1/4 HP Porter Cable and precision lift. I also had an Akeda jig. I was looking to buy a Mortise and Tenon jig, tried a couple, and settled on the Leigh. Well, I came across a Woodrat user and he blew my mind with its capabilities.The Router Boss is made here in the US so I bought that. (By the way, I can do beading, or a more decorative moulding) like the new Kreg).
People say these machines are hard to use, but I beleive it's because they are not restrictive. For example, with the same machine you can do dovetails on boards that meet at 90 degrees for a 4 sided box, or make an octagon, or, etc. Also the sides can slope. Then there is mortise and tenon (including loose), beading, etc. Wood dimensions are limited only by your ability to secure or clamp, and even this is flexible.
Anyway, I have a Router Boss, not a precision router table, a high end dovetail jig, a mortise and tenon jig, and now I can include the Kreg beading jig. Another point is that the support is AAA+ for the Router Boss.
Hope this helps.