Yeah, Woodcrafters... the woodworking boutique (high prices implied.) Been there several times and spent more than I'll admit but they are frequently not first choice. Also quite a round trip, well over 100 miles for me.
I got the made in China MLCS router bits (120 degree V groove and the dish cutter) and the V groover worked well enabling me to relatively well copy a drawer front a couple times. It turns out my eyeball estimate of the 120 degrees was off a bit. Looks like the angle of the groove of the drawer fronts is probably closer to 130 or 135 degrees (didn't measure it.) Still, it was close enough. Few folks carry a protractor and a micrometer and a hand lens to inspect your work (thankfully.)
I'm sure the China made bits could be OK and be of better quality than the ones I typically pay $2 for in assortments. The Chinese put guys in orbit so they do have precision capabilities (they just might not connect with the source of these bits.) Time will tell how they will last.
Oh, by the way... I used MagSwitch feather boards in lieu of clamps to hold miter gage attachments in place as stops to limit the length of the V groove. Worked great. Surprise surprise, this was my first time using stops to limit the length of a miter cut and I had no way to easily accomplish it with clamps.