Have the Triton with Woodpecker plate. Got the plate pre drilled for the Triton base, but without a hole for the height adjustment crank. So I laid the Triton base on the plate and marked the hole location for the crank. Drilled with a half inch bit in the drill press. Used a rat tail file to smooth the edges of the drilled hole so it didn't wear on the crank's shaft. Be careful how you set it up so that the locking mechanism and switch are easily reached under your table. Before you drill anything, check to see if the pre drilled holes in your plate fit the router. Mine did. Several others here have posted on this combo and some had to install the plate upside down, with the logo toward the top instead of the bottom. The Woodpecker plate is nice and heavy, extra thick for the heavy Triton. Don't see the need for a centering cone when used on the table. The fence controls the workpiece orientation to the bit.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.