Here's a different view for you to concider.
I now make all my own moldings and won't use premade moldings as they are
grossly over priced.
I make the trim with a router in a horizontial table that I made.
The first time I made trim I tried it on a vertical table and found it near to impossible at is was a bit difficult to hold down the long pieces if the board moved the profile would be screwed up.
I though about alternatives and remember reading about horizontal router tables. I made a table and tried it, it was 100 times better, but
I didn't like putting my hands near the cutter area.
S0... I purchased a small power feeder made by General International, it has electronic variable speed.
Buying the power feed was by far the best thing I ever did for making table routing safe.
I the powerfeeder for making my raised pannel doors and anything else that will work the router table. Actually very few things that require some kind of profile don't work.
With the power feeder my hands are never in danger as they can't get near the bit, the bit is covered by the feeder. I situate the bit between the feeder rollers.
Save your money and you will never ever regret purchasing a power feeder for your router table.
My router tables and power feeder are mounted on the right side of my table saw table.
My table saw has a 52" cross capabilty that I don't use often. Thus I keep the router and feeder installed all the time.
The first time I saw a horizontal router table in a jig book I though it was ridiculous, but it wasn't until I wanted to make 6" ash base (which you can't buy at lumber store) for my house that I tried it out.
I've run trim for other people with this setup and it works like a breeze.