I purchased the Burgess Edge router bits and I've spent a few hours working
with them. All things considered, I'm pretty satisfied and recommend them.
But there's a few things to be aware of.
I'm building a built-in workspace and cabinets in my daughter's room out of
cherry plywood, using edge banding on exposed plywood edges. I got cherry
veneer plywood on a 5-ply core. The veneer is pretty thin (3/128" or so).
The instructions that come w/ the bits describe the use of shims to match
the cuts to the plywood thickness. But my plywood (0.711") was a bit less
than the ususal thicknesses discussed in the instructions (0.724", +/-)
Its important to be able to measure the plywood thickness etc. acuurately.
I found that I had to fidget a lot to get the cut centered on the plywood so
that it left the right amount of veneer, and that a good micro-adjustment
for the depth-of-cut on the router is essential. I ended up going to my
router table. Ditto for the bit used to rout the band insert. I ended up
leaving the cut a little thin, so that I left more than the 1/2-veneer
thickness recommended in the instructions.
Once I got the depth-of-cut and cut-thickness adjustments nailed, the bits
worked well. Clean cuts, precise fit of the edge band in the cove, making a
good clean edge band.
The bottom line: measure your plywood before you purcahse to make sure its
workable, make sure your eyes and the router's micro-adjust mechanism is up
to the task, and plan to spend some time adjusting.