Yesterday I had to make a router template for a Musicman style pickup. The pickup had sharp corners so I need something small to make the cut. I finally got around to using my Dremel tool as a router. There was a thread about this a while back but I couldn't find it. I bought a small 1/4" dia. straight cut bit for it and then bought a small bearing for it from routerbits.com. I made the template using a 1/2" bit then cleaned up the corners with the 1/4" Dremel bit, then did the same when I routed the cavity in the body. Worked like a charm. No heavy duty routing with the Dremel, mind you. Just a little clean up. I had to wrap a piece 1/2" masking tape around the shaft of the bit after I put the bearing on it to keep the bearing in place and so the bit would clear the router base of the Dremel. Worked great. I know there are other methods for getting those tight corners. Thought I'd pass this one along.