None I’m aware of. I had to look that up to see how it would work since most lifts require a motor with no frame. That one has a separate base that attaches to the base of the plunge router and it moves both up and down that way. You would lower your plunge as far as it goes and then use the lift to adjust.
The two problems I see with that are
1.- It’s fairly expensive, as much as a new router and
2.- The added base reduces how much bit length you’ll have available.
The two advantages I see are
1.- You won’t have to reach under the table to lock the height and
2.- It will adjust faster than you can adjust the M12V.
It won’t adjust faster than I can adjust my M12V2 from above the table. There is no lift that adjusts faster than my setup. You have to decide if you are better off with that lift or another router. As far as reaching under to lock mine I leave my tables open so that that isn’t an issue. I also like having a removable plate because that makes bit changes easier which a lift won’t allow.
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.