We had a poll once years ago about what routers people had and there was a small group that had 5625s (probably because of the price). The only complaint I ever remember reading about them was a nylon or fiber gear in the height adjust that could strip easily but I suspect that the problem was due to trying to change height with the motor locked in place and Milwaukee may have upgraded that issue since. It also comes with above table adjustment capability.
For table routers the Triton has been getting top marks lately (but not as a handheld plunge). I use a Hitachi M12V2 and love it but it's already been replaced with the VE model and I don't think I would buy it for a table router. If you go with a PC you'll need to upgrade the bearings sooner than later. As he said they use crap bearings, and not just in their routers. Lots use the big DeWalt too and a see very few complaints.
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.