Hi all, I'm considering an early Christmas gift for myself - a new flush trim bit for routing bodies. I currently use a Yonico 2" flush trim with a top & bottom bearing. It works okay, although I find it vibrates a lot more than all my other bits, I have to 'downhill' rout when using it, and it's been a bittersweet relationship with it giving me blow out a few times. I'm intrigued by some of the spiral & compression flush trim bits - and in theory it seems the compression should work better. What do people here recommend for flush trim bits? I'd much prefer a 1-3/4" - 2" cutting length so I can hit the body in one pass. But I'm having a tough time finding a compression flush trim bit with that cutting length. Also, with these fancy bits, do people still 'downhill' rout the body? Or just hit it all in one pass? Cheers!