Hi, I am new to woodworking as some of you know from my other threads. I took an intro class a while back at Woodcraft and got the bug, and have been trying to outfit my small space since then. For the router I got a Bosch benchtop cabinet router table and a Bosch 1617 router. I ordered the basic Whiteside 401 router bit set to get me started. I also got the Kreg router table setup bars to make things easy. All is well so far. Anyway today I setup the router and table and installed a 1/4” straight bit to try it out. I was just cutting some soft pine scrap so of course there were no issues getting through it. The cuts were very smooth and clean as expected. However when I checked the width and depth of the cuts they seemed somewhat off. The 1/4” wide groove is very tight according to the Kreg bar and is somewhat shy in depth. When I setup the height I set it to slightly over 1/4”, but yet the groove depth seems to be shy of 1/4” which is strange, unless that is just the way it is. What particularly worried me was the width of the groove seemed somewhat narrower than it should be. Is this normal? The other dimensions can of course be set (depth, distance from the edge) but the width will be determined by the bit itself. Is it normal to have to take a second pass to get an exact width (I don’t think so but what do I know)? It got me wondering whether I had received genuine Whiteside bits or if Amazon had sent me imitations; how likely are imitation Whiteside bits? They came in a red plastic box with serial number taped onto the side, and a plastic-like coating that I carefully removed. I was very careful not to damage the cutting surfaces Am I doing something wrong? Is this to be expected? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.