Hey BJ, Check the circle jig
It looks like Jasper has been listening to your / our complaints about their circle jig. Today I received their model 300 and, instead of having a pre-cut hole for the router bit they provide a 1/4" pilot hole for centering (the jig's designed for 1/2" bits).
The 1/4" hole is perfect also for centering on the drill press, clamping down and then using a forstner to cut for a router bushing. I know, I'm preaching to the choir here. It also seems to be made of tougher material.
For anyone not following this ongoing conversation, a 1/4" bit in the DP can be used to align the jig with the centerline of the drill quill. Then, replacing the bit with a, say, 1" forstner and drilling, you do not need to mount the jig to a router to use. Just put the jig in place, install a 1" router bushing in your router and insert it into the jig hole and voila!!
Check out that new high-tech cordless router.. wireless and no recharging required!!