Got the Sears Router.
I got the Sears router kit, and I've have to say that I'm pretty happy with it. It's much nicer to use than my old router.
I really like that plunge base has a flat side. It makes it really easy to guide with a fence. Unfortunately, the plunge base seems to have a lot of flex in it. For example, when I start a cut and plunge down, I get a deep cut because I am pressing down hard against the springs. But when I lock it in place and just start to move, the cut is a bit shallower. I didn't measure the difference but it looked like about .020 inches.
I also noticed that there is a lot of slop in the screw adjusters. That doesn't matter too much because the router friction locks into the base after adjustment. But it makes it a little tricky to adjust the depth.
Lastly, I really miss having the power switch on a trigger on the handle. My old Craftsman router was like this. The new router has the switch on the motor, which means I have to fumble a bit for it. With the plunge base, it is close enough to the handle that I can hit it with my thumb, but on the fixed base I actually have to take one hand off of the handle to reach it, which makes me a little nervous.
This also means that it lacks "deadman" functionality, so if it kicks back and I lose my grip, it doesn't automatically turn off.
On the whole though, it is a lot better than what I had, and it didn't cost a fortune, so I am happy.
Thanks again for the advice.