Gee whiz guys, I also missed the drawings at my local Rockler store for one of their router tables. I had to take my lady to a party. After all, she puts up with me and the sawdust...
Gordon, trust your instincts on this. Quality isn't cheap.
Jarhead, I try to keep an open mind about new products. Experience says that routers sold for under $100 make excellent paperweights. In the last few months we have seen a couple models that are exceptions to the norm. You have owned the O'Malley for 18 months; how often are you using it and on what types of wood? Does it accept PC style guide bushings? Are the springs easily removeable for table mounted routing? Do the mounting holes match up with any of the popular brands? What size collets were supplied with the router? Your input on this subject is appreciated.
P.S. Go ARMY! Beat Navy!
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