Going from your expensive taste with the CMT bench euro jig. Then you might want to be looking at the Blum or hettich jigs. I think bench jigs are good but they take up room and require you to take the door to the jig. The Blum or hettich u take the jig to the door . This is handy for few reasons! If you have a larger door to do its easier unless u have a large bench setup but also if ur on a job u can take ur the jig with you.
If ur going to be doing alot of doors yes get a bench version if not a portable one would be better. You can stick it in a draw and it wont be taking up workshop space.
(If this is directed at me)
The CMT I posted is the same size as the Blum, the advantage it has, all 3 holes are drilled at the same time from from 1 spindle. I've used the Blum, and Summerfield, waste of time going from spindle to spindle. Never used a Hettich. The one Old School shows does not appear to bore the fastener holes either. To me, a waste of time having to set up and drill those additional holes. Also I can change the head on the CMT for the Grass hinges that have a different hole pattern.
I agree for just 3 doors this is not the answer. Make a jig or use something like this;http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=5878http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=18060&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=&utm_content=pla&utm_campaign=PLA&gclid=CJmkgKnNnbcCFZFcMgodDm0Ajg
Both of which I have used and still own. Had to start somewhere.
Oops my mistake no it wasn't directed at you!! Some reason I had it in my head it was from original poster that post.
Don't know why only noticed my mistake when u said if this is directed at me. It confused me for a second!