Thank you for the quick replies.
-Dutchman, name and location have been updated. Thanks!
-Bobj3, thanks for the links. I did try to do it myself, but the website must have been under repair.
jschaben-Thanks for the welcome. Years ago, I built a redwood swing set from scratch. Due to years of neglect, it started deteriorating due to the elements and my same neglect. I've sanded down the grain that's lifted, and started staining/protecting the wood. Some pieces had come apart, so I decided to recreate them/repair them. Back then, I used a borrowed router/table to round all of the pieces of wood that kids would come in contact with. That router was a fixed type router. Since then, I purchased 2 separate routers: a fixed one (meant for the router table) and a plunge type, meant for more mobile applications (I purchased a dovetail making jig which I havent used yet, but have plans for.) I seemed to have misplaced the fixed base router, but this plunge unit says it's compatible with a fixed base from Sears.
My question then becomes: do I really need to have both bases? At 75 bucks, it's a tough call. Sears is selling a router, 2 bases, and a bag for 120. Can I just install this plunge unit on the router table when necessary?