Trying to find the right conbination bit or bits for drawer front
I have been a long time lurker of the forums but I find myself in need of help. I have learned two lessons the hard way so I am trying to avoid a third. The first thing was the cheap rail and stile bits are more of a pain than the savings. I tried some no brand and they were a no fit. I wasted a Saturday only to find out it was the bits themselves that were the issue. I shelled out the money for a set of Frued rail and stile set (99-763) and was able to finish my doors with no issues. Secondly I brought a cheap router table router combo (Blue Hawk) and I am having to make due with it. The thing vibrates so much the router plate leveling screws fall off and and now I have hot glued everything in place. The only good thing is it accepts 1/2" which I now see is great for bigger projects. My Dewalt DWP611PK is good for small jobs but I needed something a little more robust. I am now looking to add a decorative profile to my cabinet doors I have built for my walk-up bar. I created 3 base cabinets (24", 30", and 18") and three wall cabinets (30"x30", 30"x30", and 18" x 36"). I would like to add a nice profile to the cabinet doors and drawer fonts but can't seem to find the correct bit on the Freud website (not very novice friendly). I am using 3/4" popular for my stock. I would like something along the lines of MLCS 7854 which is a door edge profile combined with #7856 which is a round over and ogee door lip profile.
Sample look - mlcswoodworking.com/shopsite_sc/store/html/smarthtml/pages/bt_door.html#
Any help is greatly appreciated. If one bit will not create it please let me know what the steps should be to achieve such a look. Like which bit to use first.