If you do, do you love it? What are the pros? What are the cons? What brand do you have? What all have you done with it? Thanks!
I have one ... it's not often used, but if you want to cut a nice clean hole in a countertop, or make a fancy shaped hole, nothing works better. Smoother, cleaner cut than a jigsaw.
Also nice with a "round off bit" for knocking off the sharp edges on a table top or bench.
The possibilities of a router are endless. You can make decorative edging or make dovetails, rabbits and many other joint types.
I've got a Bosch colt and it's great. I also have a larger DeWalt but usually use the Bosch.
It's quite old, possibly older than me. Stainless steel body, but I don't remember who the manufacturer is.
They're amazingly useful, especially if you need to duplicate parts with a pattern bit. They're also good for putting a nice decorative edge on something, and I've used them to carve dados for cabinet construction.
A use I haven't put mine to yet, but want to, is cutting mortises for a mortise and tenon joint. There's a tool called a horizontal slot mortiser that is slightly better though.