I also use the Woodpecker insert for my TRA001. It is a bit thicker than most of the other plates, and a bit larger. When you get the plate, if the size opening is too small, you can buy their template, or you can take four pieces of wood and clamp them into place to guide your router to cut to the correct size and depth. The Woodpecker plate is pre drilled for the Triton, but I did have to drill a separate hole for the above table height adjustment rod. The thing I like best about the Woodpecker plate, however, is the twist lock insert, which makes it easy to handle matched bits, such as those from Marc Sommerfeld.
I had originally purchased a Rockler lift, but that lift and the Bosch 1617 in it cost a lot more than the Triton, with the built in lift. When you remove the spring from the Triton to make it work in the table, open the spring chamber carefully and find a safe place for the spring. Watch Marc Sommerfeld videos on YouTube, he uses the same setup and the videos are a really great guide to getting the most from your router and table.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.