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Hi BJ,
I don't have this exact bit but have one that's similar by another maker (don't remember who's) - again, the whole spiral thing - I love the way they cut - very smooth, shearing action - all the other rules apply, such as don't take too much at a time, etc, but I do like them - I also use them for preping and trueing faces for panel joining (as I don't have a jointer) and get good results.
 

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If you're ploughing in plywood of course it's sans the bearing - that bit you asked about won't do ya - I use a plunging straight cut spiral whenever possible to cut rabbets and dados in plywood with much better success and cleaner lines than normal straight-cut bits. Did I understand your question? By ploughing I assume you mean somewhere in the middle of the stock - a surrounded cut - not an edge cut, and I've never used a pin router.
 
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