Hi, new member post, apologies if old hat. I'm a pretty experienced router user but need advice on small routers. I have a stable of larger routers (MOF 177 under a table, MOF177E/1 and a MOF177E/4) along with an MKF167, all giving good service. The issue is my small router, a MOF96. Nothing wrong mechanically with it, it's just that I'm more used to the ease and precision of the bigger routers, they have nigh on perfect depth stops and adjustment, easy and solid lockoff and were produced in a time when power cost more and came, naturally, with better engineering and ease of use. I'm increasingly needing to use an easier to handle router (for example on a dovetailing jig and small jigged cuts) but the MOF96 is just underspecced and flimsy. For instance, the depth gauge is plain and inaccurate, the lock mechanism via the side handle is slow and well, windey, and the attachments are flimsy. What is a good small router, solid, well engineered and easy to use, especially for repetition work? New or second hand, not bothered, but must have the "traditional" twin handle arrangement as I mainly use a custom cabinetmaker's bench which is higher than normal so a single handle router would be awkward. I would really appreciate any help or advice, thanks in advance.