TRA001 can't be beat for table use. Too heavy for me to use freehand. I have Bosch 1617s for handheld use. Triton had some distributer problems in the past, but that is resolved now. If you use a TRA001 (3 1/4 hp) in the table, be sure to get a mounting plate for it with a twist lock insert. Adjusting height from the top makes life a little easier for us "mature" folks. My knees give out kneeling down these days.
Get matched bit sets for table use and make your life easier. Freud and Sommerfeld both offer matched sets in half inch shanks. If you have questions about their use, look up Sommerfeld videos on youtube. Mark Sommerfeld is a skilled cabinet maker and the way he uses the router is masterful, and he uses, and even sells the Triton.
I am not familiar with the smaller Triton routers since Bosch 1617s are tops to me in the 2 1/4 hp models.
Rockler and several other woodworking stores carry Triton now, and you can order them on Amazon. Watch for a good price, about $270 US. Maybe more answer than you need, but helpful I hope.
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