I'm not much for large it sets, especially if the larger bits are on 1/4 shafts. I do like a set of 3 roundover bits.
But I do suggest you make a table. You can use your fixed base to mount under a very flat piece of 3/4 ply. Simple to make, but FAR SAFET to use than freehand. I'd much rather have the 22,000rpm bit spinning in a fixed space and move the workpiece, than do it the other way around. You can even find the Bosch key that lets you fine tune bit height from above the table top. A really flat 2x makes an adequate fence to start with. There are lots of strings here on how to make one in a couple of hours.
Stick must be sleeping in, he hasn't posted his array of pdfs yet. Be sure to read through them before you start using that tool. A router is one of the most useful of all power tools--you can do a lot with one. There are a number of books, get used ones, on the topic as well.
I'm attaching a pdf of the 18 things that accelerated my learning curve, and they include a few mistakes and mis-buys I've made so you can avoid them. It's 10 pages but mercifully contains pictures so you can see what I'm talking about. It covers a span of about 12 years. You don't have to set up you shop tomorrow, you can take your time.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.