The vertical panel bit are much easyer to use and are cheaper than the horizontal panel bits BUT they do have a drawback you can't use them for
2.) Classis County
5.) French Provincial
Stylel of raised panels, if all the panels you put in the doors are straight you will find out you can make the doors quick and easy with the Ver.Bits.
You may need to use a T & G bit set or a under cut bit if you want a flat back side on the panel or you want the panel flat with the front of the doors,
But this is a easy fix on the router table, you can also use 1/2" or 5/8" stock for the panels that will save you some money also.
But do take the stock down in size no matter what type of panels you make, that's to say cut the boards down to 3" to 4" wide and then reglue them up,all panel doors will bow or cup in time if they are made from one piece of stock,anything over 6" or more,it's just the way the boards are now cut from the mill.
Here's quick jig you make that takes the hard work out of it when you use the vertical bits..
and they come out true and it's alot safer then the big Horz.bits.
If you want to go to the next step here's a link that will show you a Horz. Router Table and show you just some of the many things you can do with it.
Just about any time you need to set stock on it's side you can use a Horz.router table and it will give you more control. and be safe.
Hope this helps a bit