I'm surprised at the lack of response here!
Consider several things that will help you decide what is needed. First, look at the threads on this site recommending your first bits, there is tons of advise. Second, if you own a router, then sooner or later you will be buying guide bushings. Don't ignore the fact that they WILL make certain operations easier. Lastly, think twice about buying "sets" of bits. Some are good and some will provide profiles that will rarely or never get used. Look for basic sets if you do this. Buy cheap bits and then replace them with good quality (carbide) bits as you see which ones you do use the most.
At the very least buy: a pattern bit (bearing at either the top or bottom), a straight bit without a bearing, a round over bit, and perhaps a champher bit. These will get you started and from there you can add bits as the need dictates.
Hi, sorry I missed you. I have gone to find myself, but if I return before I get back, please ask me to wait.
Nothing ever gets built on schedule or within budget.
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