Thanks for the compliment!
Its a good investment if you plan on doing a lot of dove tailing. I don't own one myself, I made that box in a cabinet making class i took from the local college. The instructor had the jig and brought it in for us to try if we wanted to be adventerous.
If i was to run into some money I would buy it for sure. There is a learning curve, but once you set it up there is no guess work. The manual that comes with it is fairly large, but is well written. I think it comes with a DVD as well.
One of the woodworking rags I subscribe to had a good tip to help deal with burns on wood. This applies to all situations where you're using a bearing bit, or running a board along your router table fence. Unfortunately it doesn't work for dovetails or plunge cuts.
Put three layers of masking on the riding edge and do your first pass(es) to hog off most of the wood. This is normally when you get burns.
Remove the masking tape and do your final pass. You can feed faster since there's so little material left, so it avoids burn issues. But it's enough material removed that the bit will take off most, if not all, of the burned surface.
Pug, I like your "Crab Is In" sign. I bet they would sell really well at a craft show.
I wish i could take credit for that - my wife bought that for me and i used to hang it above my computer when i was working because i can get "crabby" when trying to fix computers!