One other thing I found with this bit. I used a router speed control
from HF as I've read that it must run under 10K rpm. Well,
experimenting, I found that full speed it will burn the oak a bit, but
just a little less speed was perfect.
As for end grain, it is hard to do, but you do the end grain first, then
along the grain. You can also follow it with a backer block like using a
regular router bit on end grain, and also cut a 45 degree angle (but but
not to the finish size) to make it easier to cut.
It does chip a good bit in end grain, but, it may not be visible in a