I'm extremely happy with my Triton. Harry Sinclair turned me on to it several years ago. I had a Rockler table, top and lift for my 1617 (I have two), but didn't like the lift and sold it. Got the Triton for more power, but mainly for the built in lift. It is a great router, easy to operate, and I was able to use my Rockler plate by drilling one extra hole for the lift crank. Later I swapped the rockler plate for a larger and thicker Woodpecker plate, which has a twist lock insert setup. You have to reach under the table to unlock the safety on/off switch.
Changing bits is extremely easy to do, you crank the collet up, which locks the safety switch off. You press a button to lock the shaft and use one wrench to loosen/tighten the collet.
I highly recommend the TRA001 for table use. It is, however, too heavy and large for me to use freehand, so I keep the 1617s for that purpose. The one thing that's a slight issue for me isn't the router, but the tight fit into the Rockler under table dust collection box. The box's opening is just a little to small for comfort.
The power will handle anything you throw at it.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.