Hello everyone, I got my C-Beam in the mail last week and haven't had a chance to start putting it together yet because I was finishing my 3d printer build, but I will most likely be starting on it tonight. I'd like to go ahead and get some bits ordered. So, does anyone have any recommendations on good bits to start out with? I'm using a Dewalt DWP1611 for my router right now, and should have a 1/8" collet in soon for it. Reading online there seems to be 4 main varieties to bits if I'm understanding them correctly. End mills, round nose end mills, v engraving, and edge finishing bits. One thing I'm seeing is the obvious recommendations to use bigger bits for rough work and smaller for detail. So with that said, do they make 1/2" bits with 1/4" shanks? I know that I want some metal bits because I plan to mess with aluminum some. Also wood, acrylic, and pcb are likely to be on my list of materials. Not sure if that means I'm going to need 3 different sets of every bit for the different material types, or if one bit and different speeds and such will work for the different materials. As for v engraving bits, I read they can be good for PCB work. What is the difference in the degree on those? I see a lot on Amazon in 30 degrees, but they apparently come in 60 and 90 as well. Also, where is a good place to get the bits? I looked on Amazon and they have a wide selection of bits, but the majority of what I can find on there is smaller 1/8" shank stuff. Using a 1/8" shank 1/8" end mill to do some large work like say a guitar body would take forever lol. I don't see any 1/4" shank 1/2" bits on Amazon, so not sure if they even make those. It would be awesome if someone sold just a nice variety starter kit of bits for CNC routers lol.... Thanks for any direction!