My Triton is mounted on a Woodpecker plate, which is maybe and eighth of an inch thicker that most plates. I like the larger size and thickness--the Triton is not a lightweight. If you drill your own hole, invert the plate, place the Triton on the underside and mark where the hole will go. I think it was half an inch. Drill up through the marking, then use a rat tail file through the top side to smooth out the edges of the hole. Be sure you place the router so it lines up on the mounting holes, and that the on/off and locking lever face the front opening of your table. The Triton has a nice dust collection setup, read the instructions and make use of it. Marc Sommerfeld videos on YouTube show how he uses this setup.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.