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All good advice above. It may help if we knew what uses you have planned. Table mounting is pretty straight forward and the bigger routers excel at that use. For handheld use you'll want a lighter router with adequate power and versatility. I'll say up front...you can't have too many routers...then again it's an addiction for some of us.
Seriously, if you are doing inlay work or breaking an edge with a roundover bit a small trim router may do the job. If the use is varied then you can't go wrong with the Bosch. However, feel is important and what is comfortable for one may not work for the next. Handle them all and see what feels good in your hands with the features that you need.
So, what do you envision using the router for in your mind?
Wow, such great advice from everyone.
Bill, I think you are correct in that I may need different routers for different jobs.
My immediate needs are some dado cuts, few mortises, bullnose a table edge and in the future kitchen cabinets panels. No immediate plan for inlay work, though I won't exclude it.
However, I am not a full time pro and my workspace is limited. I try to select tools that are as universal and flexible as possible. But I learned (with other tools, such as a cordless drill) that one size doesn't fit all and its always a compromise.
As for the Triton and Bosch models, at 19+ lbs, they seem heavy beasts, better left for table jobs. Yeah...
Well, maybe DeWalt DW621K or DW618PK...
And the advise to try all in person is what I always tell people. But unfortunately. not many stores have them on display or even keep in stock.