If you want to buy only one sander, get the DTS 400 for this. It will remove paint just fine when you use grits below 80. And it will leave a nice smooth finish when you use 120 to 180.
The RO90 will remove paint quicker but because of the smaller pad you won't get such a smooth result in the finish stage. The bigger pad of the DTS is much better at this.
Of course, if you can, get both. That's really the ideal combination for this particular type of work. I've got both, I use the RO90 for the rough spots only and use the DTS 400 for all the rest.
When removing paint, it also matters if you want to strip the entire surface or just the bad spots. If you want to strip the entire surface, the RO90 is the better choice of these two, but if you just want to patch up the bad spots, the DTS400 wil do just fine. When I paint something, I most of the time only strip the bad spots and not the entire surface, that's unnecessary and a waste of time and materials. When I really do have to strip everything, I bring out the RAS 115 and the RO150. The corners get done with the RO90 or perhaps the DX93. But I still finish it all with the DTS 400.
PS, if you want to sand near glass, get a very thin piece of metal (1/8th'') about a foot long to hold between the sander and the glass. Cutting up a pack of orange juice can also work for this.