Welcome Gazzerp. Knowing where you are would be helpful as I suspect you might be from the UK since that top is not common here. Most of the lifts I've looked at were originally designed to use the Porter Cable 7518 or 7519 (same motor but variable speed or single speed). Most also added spacer rings for a few other motors like Milwaukee, DW, or Bosch.
These days there are a number of routers which offer built in lift capability with above table adjustment which means the main difference between one of those and a lift is that with a lift you don't have to reach under the table to lock/unlock the router for changes. Without being sure where you are it is difficult to recommend anything because North American routers run on a 15 ampere 120 volt circuit and European routers run on 230 volt circuits and are therefore not compatible.
Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.