Enjoy your new router. I thought they were like clamps in that you can never have too many
I originally started with a single PC 691. After a while I got tired of swapping the motor between the 691 base and into the router table and back. So I bought a regular 690 to keep in the table. Later I purchased the 693 plunge base and later a 2nd 691. Then I bought a PC 892 for my table and moved the 690 motor to the 690 base for handheld use. It's handy when dovetailing to have the multiple routers. I still like the D grip setup best and use it most of the time.