Al, your choice in a new router to be dedicated in your table will depend on how you like to work. I urge you to put dust collection at the top of your requirement list. The Triton TRA-001 that Don suggested is a very good choice for the money. This router allows you to adjust the height and change bits above the table. If you are more comfortable popping your router out of the table to change bits then any of the combo kit routers will do a good job. Most of these are in the 2-1/4 hp range and will handle large bits for the typical home woodworker. The Milwaukee 5625-20 is a real power house with it's 3.5 hp motor and was very popular with local forum members during our big router testing. I suggest you get your hands on any router you are considering buying to try the controls for yourself. While they all do basically the same things they go about it in different ways. Only you can decide which is the right choice for you. My personal favorite router is still the Bosch 1617.
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Last edited by Mike; 02-17-2014 at 05:10 PM.