I'm fitting Howdens' Kitchen units into an 'L' shaped area. Due to the slope of the ceiling along one wall (the long one), the Kitchen designer at Howdens has specified widening the worktop on one wall to use one of their Breakfast Bar worktops (850mm width) along the long wall which will be cut down to 731mm width. The units will be offset from the wall by 100mm to give a little extra headroom. This wider long run goes into a 90deg corner (gable end) which has a standard width worktop (616mm) along it. The worktops are square edge and NOT rounded.I'm thus going to be joining a 616mm worktop into a 731mm worktop I've already got a 1/4" battery finishing router but I think I will need to get a 1/2" to cope with the worktop. I was also going to get a Worktop Jig to; Ensure that the face joints on the worktops are perfectly square. Do a Mason's Mitre. Yep, I know I could route some circles and cut some channels to achieve this but we've got another kitchen to fit later and I'll use the jig for that as well. Q1 - Can anyone recommend a reasonable 1/2" router to do this? I don't want a really cheap one but I'm not a Pro and can't justify spending top money either! Q2 - Can anyone recommend a good Worktop Jig that'll accommodate the width of the wider worktop (731mm)? Q3 - What is the best way to fix the units to the wall to give the 100mm offset? The long run is 4555mm. I was thinking of fixing a batten to the wall (into the studs) along the length at the height of the top of the units/base of the worktop. Create a frame off this batten? Recommended timber size? Cheers.