Heh...I think Harry just became your new BFF!
John; If I missed welcoming you earlier, Welcome!
You said, "I would like to get a second smaller
router for hand held use..."
This topic has come up before and there's a lot of different opinions on every aspect of that question.
-if you're working at a workbench, on the flat, the weight of the router is resting on the worksurface, so weight isn't really an issue.
-if you're trimming laminate, or doing small roundovers, a small 1/4" trim router is a joy to use...no plunge required.
-if you're routing full length dadoes or rebates, more HP is great, but that means more weight. And again you won't be using the plunge function. Having the optional base might be a way better deal rather than buying two routers.
In short, the mantra 'round here is 'You can never have too many routers.'
... take Harry's advice. He's the Guru. lol