I've got the 1/4” DeWalt palm router and successfully made grooves in the stiles/rails for a shaker panel door but felt free hand there was both safety and accuracy elements at play. I'm going to try another mock up today but this time using the table saw for the grooves. If that works then my immediate need for a router just comes down to decorative profiles. Something that would work much better on a router table but if I'm not needing to remove large amount of material then the 1/4” may suffice... Until I can work out if I'll get enough use out of a more expensive router tableIt looks like it will do everything badly and nothing well. The table is way too small for projects needing a 1/2 " router and the cross cut miter fence is positively dangerous. For making cabinet doors most people will graduate to a profile and style cutter and that needs a proper crosscut sled riding in a channel or on the fence if you have an upmarket product. I would look at some of the better tables and dedicate your first purchase to a 1/4 " router with a 1400 W motor or so and invest in a bigger 1/2" unit down the line if you are still interested in cabinetmaking.